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Unformatted text preview: 1 Laboratory Practice Final Exam Chemistry 3BSpring 2004 April 26, 2004 Student Name: _______________________________ Student ID #: _________________________________ Signature: ___________________________________ Please check the box by your lab section and GSI: 111 Na Pi 361 Tanya Leavy 112 Jeff McMahon 362 Derrick Siao 161 Guangxin Liang 363 Scott Backer 162 Hillary Peltier 411 Fiona Lin 211 Takuya Kochi 412 Helen Hoyt 212 Doug Mitchell 511 Lan Deng 311 Alex Radosevich 512 Scoobie Mynar 312 Amanda Crochet 561 Guangtao Li 313 Chunqi Qian 562 Jared Lewis Instructions: There are 12 pages total including this oneCHECK YOUR COPY. Please write your answers only in the spaces provided. Scratch work should be done on the blank sheets provided at the end of the exam and will not be graded. Show all calculations to receive credit. Write clearly. Illegible or ambiguous answers will be considered incorrect. You may use your lab notebook (not lab manual) and a calculator. You have 90 minutes to complete this exam. A sheet of potentially useful data appears on page 2. Good luck! 1. _______(10) 2. _______(10) 3. _______(15) 4. _______(15) 5. _______(10) _______(60) 1. _______(10) 2. _______(10) 3. _______(15) 4. _______(15) 5. _______(10) _______(60) 2 Potentially useful data Equations and constants: Degree of unsaturation = (H sat-H actual )/2 H sat = 2 n C + 2 n X + n N Avogadros number: 6.022 x 10 23 molecules/mol c (speed of light) = 3.0 x 10 8 m/s h (Plancks constant) = 6.626 x 10-34 J s E = h c = 3 Question 1 (10 points):...
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