Chem 177 Spring 2011 exam

Chem 177 Spring 2011 exam - Dr Irmi Schewe-Miller Spring...

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Dr. Irmi Schewe-Miller Spring 2011 This exam consists of 15(+4) questions on 7 pages Chem 177 Exam I February 4, 2011 Name______________________ Recitation TA _______________ Recitation Section ___________ Grading Page Points Score 2 12 3 19 4 21 5 22 6 14 7 12 8 EC: 8 Total 100 + 8 Questions are written on both sides of each page. Show all your work for full credit on the calculation questions. Answers should include appropriate units and contain the correct number of significant figures. A periodic table and some useful information are given on the last page. Remove this page for reference and scratch paper. Do not put answers on the tear-away page! The last day to drop Chem 177 and add Chem 50 is Thursday, March 3, at 4:00 PM. See your advisor to obtain the drop/add form and go to the General Chemistry Office, room 1608 Gilman Hall. Teaching Assistants and Recitation Sections TA Name Sections Time Exam location David Appy 15 R: 12:10 Hoover 2055 Jani Reddy Bolla 10 R: 1:10 Curtiss 127 Alex Buck 1 R: 8:00 Curtiss 127 Jinfang Cui 11 R: 1:10 Hoover 2055 Monique Ewan 6, 12 R: 11:00 R: 2:10 Hoover 2055 Manibarsha Goswami 7, 9 R: 11:00 R: 12:10 Hoover 2055 Tezcan Guney 2, 13 R: 8:00 R: 10:00 Curtiss 127 Daniel Kabotso 3, 8 R; 9:00 R; 12:10 Hoover 2055 Nicole Lampland 5, 14 R; 10:00 R: 2:10 Curtiss 127 Kaitlyn Mahoney 4 R: 9:00 Curtiss 127
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Chem 177-S11 Exam 1 page 2 total points this page_______ Question 1: (3 pts) In the following statement, circle the underlined word that gives the right answer: Physical properties can be observed with / without changing the identity and composition of a substance. Question 2: (3 pts) Five measurements of the same quantity were averaged. The resulting value is more reliable; in other words, will give you a value that is closer to the true value, if it is ________. A.
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