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McGILL UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SCIENCE CHEMISTRY 203 MIDTERM EXAM (2 or 3HR) Examiner: Dr. W.C. Galley Nov. 12, 2007 6:00-8:00 PM, or 6:00-9:00 PM INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS 1. The following options exist for this exam: Option I: answer the 5 questions in Part I only, 2 hours, covers new material, 20% of final grade. Option II: answer the 5 questions in Part I, and in addition, the 3 questions in Part II which review work covered on the first exam. The exam is 3 hours and will count for 30% of the final grade and 10% from the first exam. 2. Answer all questions in a McGill exam booklet. You may keep the exam paper. 3. The total value of Part I is 50 marks, Part II is 25 marks. The marks for each question appear in the left hand margin. 4. There are 3 pages to the examination not including the title and data pages. 5. Calculators without alphanumeric memory and a French-English dictionary are permitted. 6. No other external information, such as pages of formulae, is permitted. 7. If you anticipate that you might appeal some aspect of the marking please write in pen.
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CONSTANTS R(gas constant). ...................................................................... 8.314 J mol -1 K -1 ................................................................... 0.082 l atm mol -1 K -1 No(Avogadro’s number)…………………………………6.02x10
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