re2 - Midterm 2 2009 Practice Midterm 2a Practice Midterm...

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Midterm 2 2009 Q. 1 /7 Q. 2 /15 Q. 3 /6 Q. 4 /10 Q. 5 /6 Total /44 Practice Midterm 2a Q. 1 /11 Q. 2 /8 Q. 3 /6 Q. 4 /11 Q. 5 /6 Practice Midterm 2b /10 Q. 6 /28 Q. 7 /13 Total Q. 8 /93
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Midterm 2 (2009)
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Midterm 2 (2009) is analogous to A B C
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Midterm 2 (2009) N N H N OH Which side of the equilibrium does this lie A) To the left B) To the right
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Midterm 2c (2009) O O H O O H O O H H H O O H H H A C B D
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Midterm 2c (2009) O O H A
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Midterm 2b Q1 (2009) A B C D E
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Midterm 2b Q1 (2009) A B C D E
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Midterm 2b Q1 (2009) A B C D E
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Midterm 2 (2009)
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Midterm 2 (2009) A)Oxidation B)Reduction C)Neither
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Midterm 2c (2009)
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Midterm 2c (2009)
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2 Midterm 2c (2009)
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Questions from the review session When do you use heat? When the reaction is uphill, as heat will increase the rate of the reaction by lowering the activation energy. When should I specify # of equivalents or excess? An excess reagent is typically required when an acidic byproduct is generated during a reaction. Some examples
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