M1 Energy & Enthalpy Problems

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S olomon’s Study Notes General Chemistry CHE 132 Spring 2010 Midterm 1 Solomon Weiskop PhD Chapter 6 Practice Problems (Energy & Enthalpy)
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Study Notes & Practice Problems are available to print out by registering at www.solomonlinetutor.com Solomon Weiskop PhD Solomon’s CHE 1 32 Tutoring © Copyright 2010
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1 Problems numbered in blue were written by Prof. Hanson Please Note: Prof. Hanson often uses the word energy for q (i.e. for what everyone else calls “heat”). In the following problems I highlight in blue the instances where the word energy is used where anyone else would have used the word “heat”. [#1] Learning involves the growth of neural networks and conditioning them to respond with appropriate concentrations of molecules called neurotransmitters. Which one of the following statements does not characterize these neural networks? (a) They require glucose oxygen exercise and training to function effectively (b) They filter sensory signals and often only respond to things that are familiar or expected. (c) The networks that comprise short-term or working memory have a very limited capacity for information (d) The process of thinking itself changes how these networks function (e) Neural networks form very quickly so intense studying immediately before an exam is an efficient and effective way to learn.
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