MT2_A_2006_solutions - 2R03 Midterm 2A Thu Nov 9, '06 -...

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2R03 Midterm 2A – Thu Nov 9, ’06 - Number of pages: 3 – Solutions - Read this first : (I) Leave all your bags in the front of the room close to the main desk. (II) Write your name here: FIRST ____________________ LAST _____________________ (III) Fill in your personal data in the scantron sheet (IV) Make sure you write and bubble–in your student number (V) Make sure you sign your scantron sheet (VI) Read the marking directions on the scantron sheet (VII) Use an HB black lead pencil. If you don't have a pencil, get one from us (VIII) Please have your student card clearly visible on your desk (IX) You can use a scientific calculator (McMaster standard Casio FX–991). Use of more advanced calculators is not allowed. (X) You can write on these sheets including the back side. If you need additional sheets, let us know. You cannot use your own sheets. (XI) There are three versions of the test, make sure for question 1 you mark the correct version. (XII) There are 13 questions, so you should have 14 "answers" when finished. (XIII) Choose only one option per exercise. (XIV) Each exercise but the last is worth four points. The last exercise ( i.e. question 14) is worth 2 points. (XV) Treat all gases and mixtures as ideal unless otherwise specified (XVI) You have time until 12:25 maximum unless otherwise specified (XVII) When you are finished, turn the scantron sheet and these sheets upside–down, leave them on the table, and raise your hand until a TA sees you. Once the TA has reached your desk please leave the classroom very quietly WITHOUT TALKING . You CANNOT take these sheets with you . (XVIII) We are very serious about academic dishonesty and we also use statistical correlative methods to help identify dishonest students. ***Use the following data where appropriate: R = 8.31 J/(K mol); H vap /T boiling 85 J K-1 mol-1 Standard formation enthalpies : f H o (CO 2 ( g )) = - 394 kJ/mol; f H o (H 2 O ( l )) = -
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY CHEM 2R03 taught by Professor Giuseppemelacini. during the Spring '05 term at McMaster University.

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