Final2.cwk - Final Examination, Chemistry 302X - 2006 "You...

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Final Examination, Chemistry 302X - 2006 "You were almost going to condescend to marry 'M' even if he had bad skin, barbarian parents, cold calculating drives, male vanity, and an unimaginative and rather prosaic way of making love while writing out chemical formulas." Sylvia Plath This Final Examination is different in very few respects from the hour exams with which you are all too familiar. However, there is substantial choice. There is a total of 10 questions, but PLEASE do not do all the questions. ANSWER ONLY EIGHT (8) QUESTIONS, AS DIRECTED Should you ignore these instructions we will grade all the questions you answer and take an appropriate fraction of the score. We will not, repeat not, take the best nor will we be responsive to pleas that we should ignore some feeble answer because you did not mean to have it graded. The price of choice is that you must be careful and clear about what you want graded and what you want ignored. This exam is designed to take 2 hours, but you may have the full examination period of 3.5 hours. At the start it is almost certainly worth some time to look over the whole exam, to sort the easy from the more challenging and the familiar from the strange. Do the easy questions first. THINK "SIMPLE." Please be sure to fill out the two evaluation forms. Problems 1 and 2 are worth 14 points each; the others are each worth 12 points. PLEASE: 1. Fill out the evaluation forms. 2. Show on the cover which questions are NOT to be graded (PLEASE DO THIS!). 3. Take the Oath, which reads: "I pledge that I have not violated the Honour Code on this examination.” 4. Follow these Instructions: Do both questions in PART A Do three (3) of the four (4) questions in PART B Do three (3) of the four (4) questions in PART C
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PART A 1. Two D-aldohexoses, D-Glucose and D-Galactose are shown below in open, Fischer
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2010 for the course PHYSICS V.Physics taught by Professor Hoggbudickadler during the Spring '10 term at NYU.

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