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11 - Exam Protocols Bring two or more number 2 pencils with good erasers Bring a scientific calculator with extra batteries Do not bring cell

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1 1 Exam Protocols Bring two or more number 2 pencils with good erasers. Bring a “scientific calculator” with extra batteries. Do not bring cell phones, beepers, textbooks, notes of any kind, or other communication devices. Do not enter the room until told to do so. Sit at a seat where an exam has been placed. Do not move exams. All personal possessions must be placed at the front or side of the room or under your seat, not on the seat next to you. Read the cover sheet, pull out the Scantron form, and fill in and bubble in your name, & Solar ID number as indicated. Check that the Form Number on the Scantron (lower left) matches the Form Letter on the cover sheet (upper right). 0 = A, 1 = B, 2 = C, 3 = D Do not open the exam until told to do so. Take out your Stony Brook ID card to present when you sign-in. No one is allowed to leave until 9:15 PM. 2 Solar ID Room 000000000 – 107689812 Javits 100 Main Floor 107689813 – 107822417 Javits 100 Balcony 107822418 – 999999999 Javits 103 Room Assignments for Exam 1 Monday September 27 th , 8:30 – 10:00 PM
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2 3 Need to know SI units and their symbols. unit prefixes, their symbols, and magnitudes as in FofC activity 01-1. 4 Homework: Part 1 Assessment Survey in Assignments section of Blackboard. Available Tuesday noon – Friday noon. Some of what you should know!
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3 5 Physical and Chemical Properties and Processes Chemical refers to changes in molecular structure. Physical means the molecules remain intact. See the Gilbert text and PowerPoint supplement posted on Bb for examples. 6 Forms of Matter Elements Compounds Pure substances (substances) Mixtures Homogeneous Solutions Heterogeneous See the Gilbert text and PowerPoint supplement posted on Bb for examples.
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4 7 Consider the following statements: I. Air is a solution. II. Sodium chloride is a mixture.
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This note was uploaded on 06/04/2011 for the course CHE 129 taught by Professor Hanson during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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11 - Exam Protocols Bring two or more number 2 pencils with good erasers Bring a scientific calculator with extra batteries Do not bring cell

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