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Practice Final Nov. 16, 2010 Due: Tues. Dec. 7, 2010 Name: ________________________ Chem 108 Section:__________ 1. Read through all of the questions in this practice review. Write down what kind of problem you think each question is: i.e., what concept(s) do you need to know to answer the question. Examples might be: stoichiometry, theoretical yield, hybrid orbitals, ideal gas law, etc. A PROBLEM MAY INVOLVE MORE THAN ONE CONCEPT. 2. Go back and try to do all of the problems. (Try to do them with only a data sheet and periodic table if possible.) Make an answer sheet as you go along (numbered 1-60) with your answers on it. Be sure to write down your work as you go (on separate sheet or on the problem set). Try to be neat and orderly so that you (or someone else) can follow your reasoning.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Get help from others or in the Resource room as needed. 4. As you complete problems, look back at what you wrote in part one for the problem. Did the solution involve the concepts that you originally expected? Did it involve other concepts that you werent expecting? How does (did) your original conclusion affect your approach to the problem? Did it make it easier or harder to arrive at the answer? 5. Hand in: 1. Your list of concepts from part one. 2. Your answer sheet showing your choices of the correct answers. 3. Your problem sheet or extra pages where you show the work you did to arrive at the answers. Please keep each part separate . You will get an answer key on Dec. 7. Be sure to put your name and CHEM 108 section number on each page....
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2011 for the course CHEM 108 taught by Professor Bojan during the Fall '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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