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Chemistry 1110 Dr. Shane Phillips Fall 1999 Sept. 22, 1999 EXAM 1 Name Student I.D. Number Please wait for the instruction to begin before starting to work on this exam. This is a closed book exam. It should contain 7 pages including this cover sheet. The multiple choice should be answered on a scantron form (882-ES). Please be sure your exam is complete and your name and student I.D. number is entered in the space provided above. You may use an approved calculator. Problems Pts. Poss. Pts. Earned Mult. Choice 78 Work-out 22 Total 100 Potentially Useful Information FORMULAE P = X P o r = e / 2 T = K m r’ = 2 e / 4 Π = c R T r” = 3 e / 4 S = k H P V = (atoms)(M.M) / (density)(L) CONSTANTS R = 8.314 J / mol K Avogadro’s #, (L) = 6.02 x 10 23 = 0.0821 L atm / K mol picometer = 1 x 10 -12 meters = 8.314 L kPa / K mol 1 atm = 760 Torr
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Choose the single, best answer for the following multiple choice questions. 1. The dominant type of intermolecular force in a sample of NF 3 is _______________. a) covalent b) dipole c) London d) ionic e) hydrogen bonding 2. The dominant type of intermolecular force in a sample of CH 3 OH is _______________. a) covalent b) dipole c) London d) ionic e) hydrogen bonding 3. Which of the following small molecules will have the lowest boiling point? a)
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