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1 Sample Chemistry 112 Final Exam Questions Part I- Multiple Choice 1. If we should "run out of aluminum" someday, it would be because we had a) destroyed too much Al b) drunk too much beer c) scattered Al too widely d) converted too much Al to another metal 2. Of the following, who is least likely to develop a case of spongiform encephalopathy? 3. All of the following might form +3 ions except 4. The three-dimensional structures of DNA is the result of 5. Which of the following is not true of DNA profiling? a) RFLP’s are the result of differences in non-coding DNA between individuals. b) Sufficient DNA can be isolated from an envelope flap to conduct DNA profiling. c) It is useless to distinguish between identical twins. d) Sequencing of DNA from human remains found in Siberia conclusively proved that “Anna Anderson” could not have been the Princess Anastasia Romanov. 6. The specificity of enzyme catalysis is often described as the 7. The element with the ground state electron configuration 1s 2 2s 2 2p 4 is 8. When calcium reacts with chlorine, the reaction involves 9. The molar mass of magnesium fluoride is a) 43.3 g/mole b) 86.6 g/mole c) 67.6 g/mole d) 62.3 g/mole 10. Which of the following is not true?
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2 11. All of the following sets of elements would exhibit similar chemistry within the set except 12. The burning of butane, C 4 H 10 , in a cigarette lighter yields only carbon dioxide and water. How many moles of O 2 are required to burn 1 mole of butane?
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