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TEST2StudyGuide - CHEM 4491/5301 Test #2 Study Guide Spring...

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CHEM 4491/5301 Test #2 Study Guide Spring 2011 Test 2 will consist of multiple choice, short answer, and calculation questions from Chapter 6 and parts of chapters 7, 8 and 4 from the Bell text. The following are some questions to help you review and study for the test. You should also review old homework questions and problems. This is by no means a complete review of all information that you will be required to know for the test.    
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Methamphet amine is a 
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tranquilizer 
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stimulant 
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hallucinogen 
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depressant 
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none of the above   
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What is true  about the  "club drug"  Rohypnol? 
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It can cause drowsiness,  dizziness, and loss of  consciousness. 
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It is enhanced when  combined with alcohol. 
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It results in loss of  memory of what  happened in the hours  after ingestion. 
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It is odorless, colorless  and tasteless. 
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all of the above   
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The Marquis  Reagent was  used on drug  evidence and  it turned  purple.  The  drug being  tested could  be 
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heroin 
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cocaine 
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methadone 
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either A or B 
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either A or C   
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The Van Urk  reagent was  used to test a  sample and  it turned  bluish - purple.  This  indicates the  presence of 
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