Ch 1b, Midterm Exam SOLUTION
Section # YOU ATTEND
Side 1 of 19
Due: Monday, February 9, 2009
Rec. TA for above section
at 8 PM in the Drop Box
Instructions and Information
This exam is a
exam that covers material:
Problem Sets 1, 2, 3 & 4 and Quiz 1;
Lectures 1-11 (5 January – 29 January), inclusive, EXCEPT FOR THE CARNOT CYCLE.
Write all work directly on the exam and all final answers in the boxes.
No credit will be given for
answers written outside of the boxes or work not contained within the exam itself.
You may remove the first two pages and the last page.
However, you must put your name, section
number, and your recitation teaching assistant’s name on each page you do submit. The reverse side
of this page contains a periodic table, a table of constants and a table of isotopic abundances.
front side of the second page contains a table of equations and a chart of vibrational frequencies for
different types of bonds.
The back side of the second page has a table of
H NMR chemical shift
The last page is blank – you may use the space for any problem if you need extra workspace.
The exam is due on
Monday, February 9, 2009 at 8:00PM PST
in the Ch1 Drop Box.
for late work will follow the schedule outlined in the syllabus.
Once you have completed the exam,
do not discuss it in any way with anyone until Monday, February 9, 2009 at 8:00 PM PST.
No collaboration is allowed.
Once you open the exam, you must complete all work within the allotted time.
Calculators are allowed – but only for computations or unit conversions.
constants or other information is strictly prohibited!
only use the following materials
during this exam:
data (tables, charts) provided at the beginning of this exam;
textbooks (OGN5/OGC6; Gray; Parsons; Roberts & Caserio);
posted lecture notes (in print or electronic form);
your own handwritten notes, including lecture notes, recitation notes and reading notes;
may not use any other materials
, including, but not limited to: personal notes of other students;
problems sets, quizzes & exams (current or previous years); solutions (current or previous years);
handouts from recitations; English-foreign language dictionaries.
For the Chemistry-in-Context bonus question, you may only use your notes that were taken by you
in the class during which the Chemistry-in-Context was presented.