Exam%201%20Sp08 - CHEMISTRY 1131 Dr Hendrickson HOUR EXAM 1...

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CHEMISTRY 1131 HOUR EXAM 1 Spring 2008 Dr. Hendrickson February 14 PLEASE READ THIS COVER PAGE AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. DO NOT OPEN THE EXAM UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO. On the computer graded answer sheet in the appropriate boxes, enter your: 1. name 2. student identification number 3. lab section (In the four columns at the upper left of the sheet. Use a zero before the lab section number. Ex., section 231 is written as 0231.) Then fill in the corresponding bubbles below your name, ID number, and lab section. Answer all questions on the computer graded answer sheets by filling in the proper bubble with a No. 2 pencil. If you change an answer, erase the undesired mark thoroughly. Mark only the best answer to each question. Programmable calculators are not permitted during the exam. A Periodic Table with atomic numbers and masses is printed on the back of this cover sheet. There are 4 exam pages (double-sided) with 20 questions. When you are instructed to begin the exam, please check that you have all pages. Good luck! Note : K a ’s and K b ’s are given with each question as needed.
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PERIODIC TABLE OF THE ELEMENTS H 1 1.008 Li 3 6.941 Na 11 22.99 K 19 39.10 Rb 37 85.47 Cs 55 132.9 Fr 87 (223) 4 9.012 Mg 12 24.31 Ca 20 40.08 Sr 38 87.62 Ba 56 137.3 Ra 88 226 Sc 21 44.96 Y 39 88.91 La 57 138.9 Ac 89 227 Ti 22 47.87 Zr 40 91.22 Hf 72 178.5 Rf 104 261 V 23 50.94 Nb 41 92.91 Ta 73 180.9 Cr 24 52.00 Mo 42 95.94 W 74 183.8 Mn 25 54.94 Tc 43 98 Re 75 186.2 Fe 26 55.85 Ru 44 101.1 Os 76 190.2 Co 27 58.93 Rh 45 102.9 Ir 77 192.2 Ni 28 58.69 Pd 46 106.4 Pt 78 195.1 Cu 29 63.55 Ag 47 107.9 Au 79 197.0 Zn 30 65.39 Cd 48 112.4 Hg 80 200.6 Ga 31 69.72 In 49 114.8 Tl 81 204.4 Ge 32 72.61 Sn 50 118.7 Pb 82 207.2 As 33 74.92 Sb 51 121.8 Bi 83 209.0 Se 34 78.96 Te 52 127.6 Po 84 209 Br 35 79.90 I 53 126.9 At 85 210 Kr 36 83.80 Xe 54 131.3 Rn 86 222 B 5 10.81 Al 13 26.98 C 6 12.01 Si 14 28.09 N 7 14.01 P 15 30.97 O 8 16.00 S 16 32.07 F 9 19.00
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