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Chem 105 final: 30 questions from lectures 19-25 20 questions from midterm 1 20 from midterm 2 example question from mid 1: put radiation in order from highest photon energy to lowest -radio, infrared, visble. Uv - uv, visible, infrared, radio -xray, visible , uv, radio -xray, infrared, visible microwave paraphrase: put the radiation in order from highest frequency to lowest (same answer) put the radiation in order from lowest photon energy to highest (different answer) at what time of day is the relative humidity (how close we are to saturation) normally at a minimum? - when the air temp is highest: because it can hold the most moisture---farthest away from being saturated -just before sunrise -about midnight -when the air temp is lowest when air temp goes up, you can hold more water paraphrase: at what time of day is the relative humidity (how close we are to saturation) normally at a minimum? -when the temp is the lowest -just after sunrise -about midnight - between 2 and 5 pm there will be no questions about the weather map
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