DO ALL QUESTIONS!!!
BEST OF LUCK!!!
Do not open this exam booklet until you are told to do so!
This exam is closed book, meaning no books, notes, calculators, or molecular models are allowed.
Answers to the Part I multiple choice questions (Pages 2–9) must be submitted on the
“bubble” sheet provided!!!
Only answers marked on this bubble sheet will be graded!!!
You must use a #2 pencil to fill out the bubble sheet.
Please bubble in your “official” name, as it would appear on the course roster.
If your entire name
does not fit, it is only necessary to fill in the first 13
letters of your last name, and the first 5
of your first name.
Please sign your name in space labeled “Signature”.
The unique number is 053165
Bubble in your UTEID in the “Identification” field to the right of your name.
Bubble in the code “
” in the “Special Codes” field.
Please leave the “Birthdate,” “Sex,” and “Grade or Educ” fields blank.
No regrades are possible for this exam, so feel free to use pencil to answer the Part II questions.
you do use a pen to answer Part II questions, only blue
ink is acceptable.
Part II answers
written in red
ink will not be graded.
Be prepared to show your valid UT ID (or other government issued ID) card to a proctor when
attendance is taken, and also when you turn in your exam.
PLEASE DO NOT ASK PROCTORS OR TA’S TO INTERPRET QUESTIONS FOR YOU!!!
of the exam is to test your understanding of the important concepts we have discussed thus far.
Sufficient information is provided in each question to make it clear exactly what is being asked.
READ EVERY QUESTION VERY CAREFULLY!!!
You may not leave the exam room for any reason
until you turn in your exam.
Once you turn in your
exam and leave the exam room, you will not be allowed to return!!!
When time is called at the end of the exam, all writing (including bubbling of Scantron forms) must
stop, and all exams must be turned in immediately.
If you do not stop writing and turn in your
exam and bubble sheet immediately
when time is called, your exam WILL NOT
Including this cover page, 3
blank pages (scratch paper), and the last page, which contains a
periodic table and a table of pK
values, this exam contains 20
You may tear off the
scratch paper, but all pages including scratch paper
must be turned in along with your exam!!!
TTh 8:00–9:30 a.m. (053165)
Dr. Brian M. Bocknack
Monday, May 18, 2009