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NAME ________ KEY __________________ Student No . ___________________________ SECTION (circle one ): A01 (Codding) A02 [morning](Lee) A03 [afternoon](Lee) Version B UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA CHEMISTRY 101 Mid-Term Test 1, October 16 2009 Version B This test has two parts: PART I is a multiple choice section and is worth 26 marks. The answers for the 14 questions in this part must be coded on the optical sense form using a SOFT PENCIL . PART II consists of written answers and is worth 24 marks. Answer these questions on this examination paper. Answers written partially or completely in pencil cannot be re-marked. Hand in this entire test paper AND your optical sense form (bubble sheet) at the end of the examination period (60 minutes). The basic Sharp EL510 calculator is the only one approved for use in Chemistry 101. A Data Sheet accompanies this test. Marks for Written Answers Multiple Choice (/26) Raw Score (/24) TOTAL MARK (%) Question 1 [4] Question 2 [4] Question 3 [6] Question 4 [6] Question 5 [4] TOTAL (/24)
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Chemistry 101, Mid-Term Test 1 Version B Page 2 of 9 PART I – Multiple Choice: Select the BEST response for each question below . [Total marks = 26] 1. This is exam Version B. Mark “B” as the answer to question 1 on the optical sense form. 2. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT ? A. Photons are the smallest packets of radiant energy. B. An orbital is a wave function that describes the spatial distribution of electron density. C. Electrons fill orbitals that are closest to the nucleus first. D. An electron can have these quantum numbers: n = 3, = 3, m = 0. E. There is an uncertainty in knowing the position and momentum of an electron simultaneously. 3. Which of the following electron configurations is CORRECT for the ground state of the given atom? A. S: [Ne] 2s 2 2p 5 B. P: [Ne] 3s 2 3d 3 C. Rb: [Kr] 5s 1 D. Br:[Ar] 4d 10 4s 2 4p 5 E. Ga: [Ar] 4s 2 4p 1 4. Which one of the following statements concerning orbitals is INCORRECT ?
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