Chem 1031 - Final Exam Study Guide - Fall 2010

Chem 1031 - Final Exam Study Guide - Fall 2010 - CHEMISTRY...

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CHEMISTRY 1031 – INFORMATION FOR THE FINAL EXAM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14 th, 3:30 – 5:30 PM SEE PAGES 3-11 TO FIND OUT IN WHICH LECTURE HALL YOU WILL BE TAKING THE EXAM YOU MUST BRING YOUR TEMPLE ID, OR SOME OTHER FORM OF IDENTIFICATION SUCH AS A DRIVER LICENSE, WITH YOU TO THE EXAM. STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE A SCORE OF ZERO ON THE FINAL IF THEY DO NOT PRESENT AN ACCEPTABLE ID DURING THE EXAM. REVIEW SESSIONS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9 th 11:45-1:45 FRIDAY, DECMEBER 10 th The review leaders will go over some of the questions on the study guide published by the American Chemical Society (see below). The Final Exam will be a multiple choice exam. This exam covers the work of the entire semester (chapters 1 – 10) . There will be 70 questions, and the exam is worth 210 points (3 points per question – includes 10 bonus points). There are about 20 questions that involve a calculation. BRING YOUR CALCULATOR! You will have 120 minutes (2 hours) to complete the exam. The exam is a standardized test, published by the Examination Institute of the American Chemical Society (ACS). Several thousand students at colleges and universities across the country will be taking the same or a similar exam as part of their chemistry final. The best way to prepare for this exam is to re-work the homework assignments posted on MasteringChemistry , the multiple choice (optional) questions on MasteringChemistry , as well as problems at the end of each chapter. It is always a good idea to review your exams, lecture quizzes and recitations quizzes to see where you made mistakes (answers on Bb) so that you don’t make the same mistakes again! For those of you who have purchased the study guide from the American Chemical Society ( http://www.examsinstitute.com/Study-Guides_c_1.html ), you should focus on the following sections: Atomic Structure : AS-1 – AS-10, and try all practice questions. Molecular Structure and Bonding : MS-1 – MS-10, and try all practice questions except 15, 20, 21, 26, and 28. Stoichiometry : ST-1 – ST-10, and try all practice questions. States of Matter/Solutions : SM-6, SM-7, SM-8 and SM-9, and try all practice questions except 1-11 and 19-27.
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Energetics : EN-1, EN-2, EN-3, EN-4, EN-5, and EN-6, and try all practice questions except 23 – 30. No equations/formulas will be given to you for the exam; however, all constants will be provided as well as a periodic table. Additional multiple choice practice questions are to be found on Purdue University’s website at: http://www.chem.purdue.edu/gchelp/115exams/index.html Chapter 10 – sections 10.2 – 10.7 Here is a summary of what you should know from chapter 10. Note that you are not responsible for the material in section 10.8. There will be 9 questions on the final exam that pertain to material in chapter 10. VSEPR Theory
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