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Page 1 of 11 Name_______________________________ (Please Print) Chem 103 - Section 1 Sample Final Examination This test consists of eleven (11) pages, including this cover page. Be sure your copy is complete before beginning your work. If this test packet is defective, ask for another one. A separate copy of the periodic table will be provided with this test. Any necessary constants will be given along with the question to which they pertain. DO NOT WRITE BELOW THIS LINE DISCLAIMER This is a copy of a typical final exam in Chem 103. Your test will be different. This test is being posted to give you a sense of the format, style, scope, and level of a typical test on this material. This test may have questions on topics that will not be covered on the test you take. Moreover, your test may have questions on topics that are not covered on this test. Posting this test in no way limits the format, style, scope, or level of the test that you will take. Do not limit your preparation to the material on this sample test.
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Page 2 of 11 Name_______________________________ 1. (90 points; 3 points each) Circle the correct answer to each of the following. In cases where numerical answers are required, select the answer closest to the one you calculate, making allowance for differences in rounding, etc. a. Law of Constant Composition (also called Law of Definite Proportions) Davy Dalton Lavoisier Proust Bohr b. Wave equation for freely moving electrons and other particles deBroglie Einstein Schrödinger Bohr Balmer c. Calculated the charge to mass ratio for the electron Rutherford Thomson Planck Wein Bohr d. The I.U.P.A.C. name for Fe 2 (SO 4 ) 3 diferric trisulfate iron(II) sulfate iron(III) sulfate ferric sulfate iron(II) sulfite e. In water, this compound is properly called hydrosulfuric acid H 2 SO 4 H 2 SO 3 H 2 S S 8 SO 3 f.
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course CHEM 116 taught by Professor Robertcarter during the Spring '07 term at University of Massachusetts Boston.

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