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Study Guide Exam III -Spr 2011(1)

Study Guide Exam III -Spr 2011(1) - CHEMISTRY 1031(CHILDS...

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CHEMISTRY 1031 (CHILDS) – STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM III THURSDAY, APRIL 1st, Walk Auditorium Exam III will cover the material I lectured on from chapters 6 and 7. You are also expected to retain material from chapters 1 – 5. Everything covered in lecture is fair game for the exam. You will be provided with a periodic table, conversion factors and constants (similar to those at the back of the book.) The following study guide and suggested problems should help you prepare for the exam. The exam will contain a mixture of multiple choice questions, short answer/explanation questions and numerical problems, similar to those assigned as homework and at the end of each chapter in the textbook.  ( The Practice Examples are within the chapter, the problems appear at the end of the chapter.) Students must have their Temple photo ID card during lecture exams. TU-ID Numbers must be correctly and completely filled in on exams to ensure your score is properly recorded. Students are not allowed to have cell phones and other PDA devices on their persons while taking an exam. Cell phones/PDAs are to be placed in bags/backpacks which will be kept at the back of the lecture hall. Students may leave cell phones/PDAs on the front bench of the lecture hall. Students who are caught using cell phones/PDAs during an exam will be ejected from the exam and will receive a score of zero. This violation will be reported to the Dean and the Vice-Provost who will then take the appropriate disciplinary action. Only pens/pencils and scientific calculators (non-programmable and non-graphing) are allowed to be with students during exams. Students are not allowed to take an exam in a lecture section in which they are not registered. Chapter 6 – sections 6.2 – 6.8 Know what energy is and how it is related to work. Know the different types of energy and what is meant by the internal energy (E) of a system (kinetic energy and potential energy of the particles that compose the system).
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