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Unformatted text preview: relationships between concepts in different sections of the map. For example, intermolecular forces (Chapter 5) depend on types and shapes of compounds (Chapter 3). Here is a partial example of a concept map ( Courtesy of McMurray and Fay, Chemistry, 4 th Ed .): There is free CMap software available online for download. You are not required to use this technology to construct your concept map, but should you elect to do so, I recommend the following: http://cmap.ihmc.us/conceptmap.html , developed at the University of West Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition. Deadline : Due at the beginning of your final exam: Section A00 (Tuesday, Dec. 9, 8 AM); and Section E00 (Friday, Dec. 12, 7 PM). Be sure to include your name, UCSD ID, and Section number (A00/E00)/TA name your submission. No late submissions will be accepted . Grading : 4 points for effort; a maximum of 8 points will be given for well-organized, comprehensive maps....
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