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Unformatted text preview: Name: Student ID #: Chemistry 128A — Winter Quarter 2008 MWF 12: 10 am. -— 1:00 pm. Dr. Timothy E. Patten Quiz #2 (30 Points), October 17, 2008
‘ ’ u Score: E 3 1. (6 Points) Given the molecule, acetylene, shown below on the Cartesian axis, clearly
draw and label the four orbitals that belong to the carbon atom sitting at the origin. 95 SP 2. (6 Points) For nitrous acid, HONO, draw the three most reasonable resonance structures
and circle the greatest contributor to the overall hybrid. Name: Student ID #: (6 Points) Write the IUPAC name for the following compound. “3 1+ (l ‘ METHﬁte’MYLl~ “1A PAC/Ovi’toé Mm: (6 Points) Write the IUPAC name for the following compound.
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l (6 Points) Write the IUPAC name for the following compound. Lb CDiC‘fCLo C11“ \3 ME PTA/vi ...
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- Winter '07
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