Chem 101 Exam

Chem 101 Exam - CHEM 101 Fall XXXX Dr M P Soriaga Exam 1...

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CHEM 101 Fall XXXX Dr. M. P. Soriaga Exam 1 September , XXXX Name: ___________________________________ ID Number: ___________________ Signature: ________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Write all answers on this test form. Numerical answers require complete solutions, proper units and number of significant figures. Write legibly and in an organized manner. No credit will be given for unintelligible, incoherent and/or illegible answers . Copyright, 2007. Dr. M. P. Soriaga
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1. Provide an example for each of the terms listed on the left column; examples that can be found in this exam cannot be used . (8 Pts) 2. Consider the compound magnesium ammonium phosphate, MgNH 4 PO 4 . Generate at least six independent unit factors based on its chemical formula. Note: A unit factor and its inverse are not independent. (6 Pts) Chemical Term Example (Symbol/Formula/Balanced Equation/Statement) Metalloid Noble (rare) gas Exothermic reaction Moderately soluble solid Weak ternary acid Pseudobinary ionic compound Displacement reaction Scientific (natural) law
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3. (10 Pts) Solve the following hidden-Key-Term puzzle.
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Williamson during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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Chem 101 Exam - CHEM 101 Fall XXXX Dr M P Soriaga Exam 1...

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