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THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY FACULTY OF SCIENCE MIDTERM EXAMINATION CHEMISTRY 351 November 4th, 2009 Time: 2 Hours READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME , STUDENT I.D. NUMBER ON BOTH YOUR ANSWER BOOKLET AND COMPUTER ANSWER SHEET . The examination consists of Parts 1 - 7, each of which should be attempted. Note that some parts provide you with a choice of questions, e.g . answer 4 out of 5. These will be graded in numerical order until the required number have been graded, regardless of whether they are right or wrong. Parts 1 - 4 will be computer graded, and only Parts 5, 6, and 7 are to be answered in the booklet provided. A periodic table with atomic numbers and atomic weights and spectroscopic data tables are located inside the back cover. Parts 1 - 4 consist of a series of multiple choice questions numbered 1 - 31 which are to be answered on your computer answer sheet. Indicate your answer by blackening out the appropriate space, A, B, C, D or E on the answer sheet. Use a pencil only and not ink . In some cases it is required that you indicate multiple items for a complete and/or correct answer by blackening out more than one space. In some other cases more than five options are available and some of these also require more than one space to be blackened out. For an example, an option specified as AB requires that you blacken out both space A and space B. Part marks may be awarded in some of the questions. Incorrect answers must be erased cleanly . Molecular models are permitted during the exam; calculators are also permitted, but NOT programmable calculators . Absolutely no other electronic devices are allowed. PLEASE WRITE THE NUMBER OF YOUR LABORATORY SECTION AT THE TOP OF THE FRONT COVER ON YOUR ANSWER BOOKLET
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