Exam 1 Sept 28 - BME 201 Biomolecules Fall 2010 Instructor:...

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BME 201 Biomolecules Fall 2010 Instructor: Gudrun Schmidt Teaching Assistant: Marcus Kramer Exam 1 September 28, 2010 Room: EE 170 8.00pm- 9.30pm Name: Key Please place all answers in the space provided after each question. Do not write on the back side or additional paper. No other answers will be graded. No calculators and no cheat sheets allowed. 1
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1. 3 pts each (9 pts total) 1.1. What do van der Waals forces best help to predict? a. The physical properties of alkanes. b. The chemical properties of organic molecules. c. The molecular mass of alkanes. d. The intermolecular forces between molecules. Answer: A 1.2. What common factor do single bonds possess that multiple bonds do not? a. Hindered rotation about the bond in going from staggered to eclipsed configurations. b. The ability to position the molecule in two conformations. c. Free rotation about the bond. d. Expanded bond length between the carbon atoms.
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Exam 1 Sept 28 - BME 201 Biomolecules Fall 2010 Instructor:...

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