appendix - Exam 1 1. Q6 was not discussed in lecture notes...

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Exam 1 1. Q6 was not discussed in lecture notes or in lecture. 2. Q21: The term valences was not defined or explained in lecture or lecture notes and valences actually refer to the number of electrons in an atom. The question asks which valence is incorrect and choice c, “oxygen” which says -2, is incorrect, it should be 6. 3. Q22 The diagram demonstrates the ability of water to dissociate ionic solids (choice c), as well as choice a,water’s ability to form strong polar attractions. 4. Q32/47, scholarly opinions can be used to support hypothesis, therefore choice a should be another option. 5. Q34: Which is false: Prof says none are false, but “electrons reside near the nucleus, but are not part of it” is false because it solely depends on what one considers “near.” 6. Q33, we never learned in lecture, slides, or in the book that Sulfur, Phosphorous, calcium and potassium are of the 25 important elements essential to life. 7. Q37: we were never taught about the minimum requirement of for the generation of a ketone or aldehyde. 8. Q41, Figure D, E, or F are all found in fat, not just D. 9.
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appendix - Exam 1 1. Q6 was not discussed in lecture notes...

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