Chem 261 Exam 1 F10 - Honor Code I have neither given nor...

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Honor Code: I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this exam. I understand that I am not allowed to use any calculator, notes, books, or resources (other than molecular models). I also understand that removal of the exam from the testing room or receiving aid from any other person or other person's exam constitutes an honor code violation. I also understand that making any change to an exam answer post-grading with the intent of submission for regrading is an honor code violation. Signature: _____________________________PID#__________________ Please clearly print your last name: ________________________________ Chemistry 261 Fall 2010 Exam 1 Ashby Page 2 _______________ (33 points possible) Page 3 _______________ (36 points possible) Page 4 _______________ (31 points possible) TOTAL _______________ (100 points possible) 1
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1. Of the carbon-carbon bonds indicated, which is the shortest? B C D E A Briefly explain your answer. 2 . Which of the following bonds has the smallest dipole moment? A. C-N B. C-O C. C-F D. O-H Briefly explain your answer. 3. Which of the following isomers would you expect to give off the least amount of heat upon combustion?
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