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CHEM 3311-200 Exam 2 Fall 2008 By printing my name below, I pledge that "On my honor, as a University of Colorado at Boulder student, I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance on this work." Name __________________________________________ Student CU ID # _________________________________ NOTE: Exams will be returned by your TA in recitation! Recitation TA's Name _________________________ (Bailey, Meylemans) Recitation Day & Time _________________________ Grading Information Page # Points Possible Your Score 2 (Questions 1 & 2) 20 ____ 3 (Question 3) 12 ____ 4 (Questions 4 & 5) 24 ____ 5 (Question 6) 22 ____ 6 (Questions 7 & 8) 22 ____ ________ TOTAL (out of 100) General Instructions (1) This is a CLOSED BOOK exam! No notes and molecular models are allowed. (2) You have 2 hours to complete the exam. (3) Write your name at the top of each page, starting with page 2. (4) Use the back of exam pages for scratch paper. (5) Cell phones must be turned off; cell phones, headsets, and Bluetooth devices must be placed in a backpack or on the floor, and may not be accessed during the exam. Students violating this policy will be asked to leave and will receive a zero for the exam. (6) If caught cheating, you will receive at best an F for this exam. The instructor reserves the right to proceed further, in compliance with university policies.
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2 Name: ________________________________ 1. (10 points) Write bond-line structural formulas for ALL the constitutionally isomeric
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