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THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA October 24 20 07 MID-TERM EXAMINATION PAPER NO: xxx PAGE NO: 1 of 11 DEPARTMENT & COURSE NO: Chemistry CHEM 1300 TIME: 2 HOURS EXAMINATION: University I Chemistry: Models EXAMINER: CHEM 1300 Committee______ This CHEM 1300 October mid-term examination paper is an objective-type, machine-scored examination. All questions in this paper are of equal value. There are forty-four (44) questions on this examination paper. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS Do not fold, staple, tear, or otherwise mutilate the answer sheet. Indicate your answers with a bold mark from a soft lead (graphite) pencil. Do NOT use ink, marking pen, etc . If you do any erasing, be sure that erasures are complete. Each question has ONE correct answer only. DO NOT MARK MORE THAN ONE ANSWER PER QUESTION. Marks will NOT be deducted for wrong answers. Blank sheets are attached to this examination to be used for rough work. Numerical answers are correct to within 5%. VERY IMPORTANT For accurate processing of the answer sheet for this examination, we must have on your answer sheet: 1. your correct student number, and 2. your name Write your University of Manitoba 7-digit student number in the column marked by a coloured arrow on the answer sheet and score your student number correctly in the area to the right of this column. Submit the ANSWER SHEET for grading. You may keep this question paper. We suggest that you record your answers so that you may compare them against the answer key which will be posted on the Bulletin Board at the north (river) end of the 200 floor of Parker Chemistry Building AND on CHEM 1300 WebCT Lecture site immediately after the examination. NOTE: Students are not permitted to bring in any unauthorized materials to this examination. This includes but is not limited to books, notes, or any electronic device capable of wireless communication and/or storing information (e.g., translator, cell phone, pager, PDA, MP3 units, etc.) However, students are allowed a calculator (BUT no text, formulas, etc. may be programmed into memory). Students having any such device at their seat will automatically receive a score of “0” on this examination.
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Paper: xxx CHEM 1300 University I Chemistry: Models Page: 2 of 11 1. Aluminium reacts with dioxygen to produce aluminium oxide. If 6.00 g of aluminium is reacted with 6.00 g of dioxygen, what is the maximum mass of aluminium oxide that can be produced? a) 22.6 g Al 2 O 3 d) 11.3 g Al 2 O 3 b) 19.2 g Al 2 O 3 e) 9.40 g Al 2 O 3 c) 12.7 g Al 2 O 3 2. A substance that cannot be chemically broken down into simpler substances is considered a) a homogeneous mixture. d) an element. b) a heterogeneous mixture. e) a compound. c) an electron. 3. A chemical change a) occurs when methane gas is burned. b) occurs when paper is shredded. c) occurs when water is vaporized. d) occurs when salt is dissolved in water.
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