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Practice Problem Set Iverson CH310N Do not turn in Chemistry 310N Dr. Brent Iverson Practice Homework February 20, 2009 NAME (Print): _____________________________ SIGNATURE: _____________________________ Do not turn this in. It is intended as a helpful review. We have noticed that some of you are having trouble thinking about organic structures in terms of hybridized atoms and bonding as being derived from the overlap of atomic orbitals. These are topics that must be mastered before leaving organic chemistry. As a review, the following pages contain several problems that test knowledge of hybridization and bonding in organic molecules. If you have trouble with these, ask questions at office hours or recitation sections. The answers will be posted next Wednesday. There will be one or two problems along these lines on the 2 nd midterm, so that I can know once and for all that these concepts have been mastered by the entire class. The rest of the midterm will be concerned with new material.
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