Old Exam 4 - Page 0 S09 FORM A The University of Arizona...

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Page 0 S09 FORM A The University of Arizona Chem. 152 Spring 2009 Andrew Grall, PhD / John Pollard, PhD / Laura Van Dorn, PhD EXAM No. 4 THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETELY FILLED-IN OR YOUR EXAM WILL NOT BE GRADED. NAME: PRINT (clearly)___________________________________________________ THERE IS A 3-POINT PENALTY FOR ILLEGIBLE NAMES or improper Scantron information. DIRECTIONS: u DO NOT OPEN THE EXAM UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. u YOU MUST USE PENCILS ON THE SCANTRONS u ON YOUR SCANTRON – WRITE AND BUBBLE IN YOUR STUDENT ID STARTING ON THE LEFT – FOR THE ‘S’ AT THE BEGINNING, BUBBLE IN A ZERO u ON YOUR SCANTRON – WRITE AND BUBBLE IN YOUR LAST AND FIRST NAMES SEPARATED BY A SPACE u FILL IN THE CORRESPONDING FORM LETTER—A or B u KEEP ALL PAPERS IN FRONT OF YOU, ON YOUR DESK AT ALL TIMES. u FOR MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS, BUBBLE IN THE LETTER ON YOUR SCANTRON OF THE CHOICE THAT BEST ANSWERS THE QUESTION. UNLESS NOTED THERE IS ONLY ONE CORRECT CHOICE. IF MORE THAN ONE CHOICE IS SELECTED THE QUESTION WILL BE MARKED WRONG. SELECT THE CLOSEST NUMERICAL ANSWERS IF YOUR CALCULATION IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT. u EACH QUESTION IS WORTH 4 POINTS. u HOLD YOUR PICTURE ID UP TO YOUR FACE WHEN TURNING IN AN EXAM u WHEN FINISHED, LAST NAMES BEGINNING A-K, TURN IN YOUR TESTS IN FRONT – LAST NAMES L-Z, TURN IN YOUR TESTS IN THE BACK My signature below certifies that I have used a calculator for numerical calculations only and that I have not done anything unethical while taking this exam. I have read and understand the directions NAME-- SIGN ______________________________________________________
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Page 1 Multiple Choice – Choose the BEST answer to each question and bubble it in on the scantron. Each problem is worth 4 points. 1. If for a reaction Δ Gº = 0, then A) The reaction is at equilibrium B) Δ Hº must be negative C) K = 1 D) K = 0 2. For a reaction that has an equilibrium constant of 0.0002, what must be true? A)
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