Quiz 1 - CHEM 153L QUIZ 1 FORM A Sample Quiz January 12,...

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CHEM 153L QUIZ 1 FORM A Sample Quiz January 12, 2010 NAME: __ANSWER KEY___ SECTION: ____________ TA use only: T1. _______ T2 ________ T3 _________ = ___________ General Instructions: 1. Answers written in with pencil or erasable pen may forfeit any possible regrades. 2. If you have finished early, place your quiz face down and wait till time is called. Do not leave your seat until the quiz is done. 3. Unless specified, multiple-choice questions may have more than 1 correct answer. Circle all that apply. If you select the wrong choice, you will be deducted points – so avoid guessing. READ EACH SELECTION CAREFULLY.
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1. When you are using the piston pipet, you must do the following? (Circle all that apply) a) Push down on the pipet to the last stop, immerse the tip in solution, and withdraw the necessary solution. b) Rely on the volume you selected completely as the piston pipet are automated in how they withdraw the solution. c) Check to see if your pipetmen are properly calibrated by setting the piston pipets to a volume that corresponds to the calibration marks in the tips. d) When not in use on your assigned bench, lay the piston pipet on the bench away from the edge so as not to allow the pipets to fall. e) Check both the number and the volume in the tip after you have taken up the
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course CHEM 153l taught by Professor Kim during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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Quiz 1 - CHEM 153L QUIZ 1 FORM A Sample Quiz January 12,...

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