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Unformatted text preview: Chemistry 310M/318M Dr. Brent Iverson Final December 15, 2009 NAME (Print): _____________________________ SIGNATURE: _____________________________ Please Note: This test may be a bit long, but there is a reason. I would like to give you a lot of little questions, so you can find ones you can answer and show me what you know, rather than just a few questions that may be testing the one thing you forgot. I recommend you look the exam over and answer the questions you are sure of first , then go back and try to figure out the rest. Also make sure to look at the point totals on the questions as a guide to help budget your time. You must have your answers written in PERMANENT ink if you want a regrade!!!! This means no test written in pencil or ERASABLE INK will be regraded. Please note: We routinely xerox a number of exams following initial grading to guard against receiving altered answers during the regrading process. Please print the first three letters of your last name in the three boxes 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 16 6 % T Score HW 17 18 4 3 2 (35) (14) (16) (24) (17) (18) (8) (31) (30) (42) (38) (29) (22) (17) (26) (16) (10) (11) (404) 1 Page Points 5 Total Grade (HW score + Exam Grade) Total Honor Code The core values of the University of Texas at Austin are learning, discovery, freedom, leadership, individual opportunity, and responsibility. Each member of the University is expected to uphold these values through integrity, honesty, trust, fairness, and respect toward peers and community. (Your signature) The first semester of Organic Chemistry is a journey that begins with a review of material you have seen, transitions to the study of organic molecules, then settles in with a long discussion of reactions and their mechanisms. The pace accelerates through the chapters until we finish with the chemistry of epoxides. Solving organic synthesis problems requires not only a firm command of the many reactions and mechanisms we have presented, but also high level problem solving skills and a spark of creativity. You have all come a long way since late August when you first came to class. It is my sincere hope that this final serves to affirm that you have completed this journey successfully and caught the Organic Chemistry wave! As you go through the test, use good test taking strategy by: 1) Remaining as relaxed and calm as possible 2) Working problems worth the most points first 3) Concentrate on finishing all the problems you are most certain about 4) Leave the ones you have doubts about for last 5) Do not second guess yourself Have a safe holiday and remember to exercise every chance you get. If you stay in shape throughout your life, you will thank yourself more than you can imagine!!!...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course CH 310M taught by Professor Iverson during the Fall '05 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Final - Chemistry 310M/318M Dr. Brent Iverson Final...

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