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practice_midterm2_c - Dr. Bryan Enderle Spring 2003 Name:_...

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Dr. Bryan Enderle Name:______________________________ Spring 2003 Student ID Number:___________________ T.A.:_______________________________ Lab Section/Room:____________________ CHEMISTRY 2B Exam II May 23, 2003 Instructions: Multiple Choice Do not open the exam until instructed to do so. Place all answers in the space provided. If you require additional space, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. use the back of the exam. No sharing calculators. Write your name and your T.A.’s name on each page of the exam. The exam consists of 8 pages total. The last 2 pages contain helpful information. No programmable calculators, books, notes, or scratch paper allowed. Show all work for problems in Part C of the exam to receive full or partial credit. Write your answers with the correct number of significant figures. You will have 50 minutes to complete this exam. Answer all the questions you are sure of first, then use the remaining time for the rest. UCD is an honor institution Part Problem Number Points Possible Points Earned A 1-14 42 B 15 16 B 16 12 C 17abc 12 C 17de 18 TOTAL SCORE: (out of 100 pts) 1
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Name: T.A.’s name: Part A : Multiple Choice – Concepts and Calculations. Write the correct answer in the space provided on the first page. No partial credit will be given. 1. Choose the INCORRECT statement. a. At equilibrium, two opposing forces take place at equal rates. b. A reversible chemical reaction is one in which equilibrium is never established due to the constant decomposition of the products. c. When the rate of the reverse reaction equals the rate of the forward reaction, equilibrium has been established. d. Changes in temperature will change the value of an equilibrium constant.
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