Fallquiz2-2009 - Name Last First(PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY...

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Name:______________________________ Last, First (PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY ) 1 CHEMISTRY 8A Fall 2009 Quiz 2 November 2, 2009 Professor Sheila S. David 1. ( 16 points) 2. ( 9 points) 3. ( 15 points) 4. ( 8 points) 5. ( 6 points) 6. ( 4 points) 7. ( 12 points) 8. (18 points) 9. ( 6 points) 10. ( 8 points) 11. ( 8 points) Total ( 110 points) Extra Credit ( 5 points) For students to read at exam time: Closed book and notes. Please read exam carefully. Partial credit may be awarded if you show your work. For students to read after exam is returned: If you have any problems with the grading of a question, return your exam to Dr. David by Nov. 24 a note attached indicating which problems should be regarded and a brief explanation. Do not approach the teaching assistants directly about regrades. The TAs and the professor will sit down together to do all re-grades at one time. Tests will not be regraded after Nov. 24. Note that we do not regrade extra credit. Student ID Number: _____________________________ ID Check
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Name:______________________________ Last, First (PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY ) 2 1. (16 pts total) Appetizers (put letter answer in box at the right). i.) (2 pts) Which of the following statements are correct concerning delocalized electrons? A) Electrons do not belong to a single atom. B) Electrons are not confined to a bond between two atoms C) Electrons are shared by three or more atoms D) A and B E) A, B and C ii) (2 pts) The most stable conformational isomer of cis-1-bromo-2-chlorocyclohexane will have..
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