Final exam.10 - NAME Chemistry 201 2010 Final...

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NAME __________________________________ Chemistry 201, 2010 Final Examination (120 minutes - 150 Points) Reminder – Please use the utmost care and discretion when discussing the exam in public places this week so that information about the exam’s content is not provided in advance to student(s) who have not yet taken the exam. Please check that your exam has a different set of problems on every page (8 pages). Please write your name clearly at the top of each page. If you attach extra pages, write your name on these too and staple them to the exam (stapler is located at front of room). Please read the following ground rules . All work must be performed by each student working independently. This exam is closed book, closed homework, and closed notes. Calculators, periodic tables, and electronic devices of all sorts including headphones are not permitted. You may use a plastic model kit (plastic models are also available in the front of the classroom and in the lobby outside). You may ask the instructor questions during the exam to confirm that problems have been correctly and clearly stated (I will be in the lobby outside the classroom for most of the exam). You may also ask for hints, but these will be accompanied by modest point deductions from any you earn (i.e., you won’t lose points by receiving a hint; you just can’t earn as many points as you might have otherwise). You may begin at 9:00 AM.
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NAME __________________________________ 1. ( 8 pts ) Estimate the pK a values of TWO of the molecules (choose any TWO you like, but do not choose more than TWO). CIRCLE the most acidic proton in each molecule that you select. C CH O H pK a = N H 3 + COOH SH pK a = N H C CH O O pK a = 2. (30 points) Each box contains a label. If the label describes a specific item, draw that item in the box where the label appears. If the label describes a category of items, draw an example that would definitely fall into
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2012 for the course CH 318N taught by Professor Willson during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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