EXAM II Guide CHEM135 33xx fall07 Johnson updated Oct 3

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CHEM 135:33** Johnson FALL, 2007 GENERAL CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERS GUIDE TO EXAM 2 (updated 10/3) BE SURE TO ATTEND DISCUSSION CLASS 10/9,11 TO GET BACK YOUR GRADED EXAM!!!!!!!! EXAM 2 : Monday, October 8, 2006, during regular class time. Know your seat & room assignment for the exam. It will be the same as Exam I. The list is still posted. Know your section number and your ID number . Minus 1 point each if section number is missing, name is not readable, or ID number is missing. Write down both your first and last names on the first page and write at least your last name on every page. Bring your ID card to show when you turn in your exam. Exam II will cover: * Brown & Holme Text Chapter 3, Chapter 2.7, Chapter 4.2 * OWL Homework : HW3, HW4, and HW5 * Written Homework: WHW3, WHW4, & WHW5 * Lecture: Material covered in lecture from Friday, September 14 through Monday, October 1 * Given on the exam: Plank’s constant, speed of light Paper copy of the periodic table * Memory Work: (see below) you are responsible for memory work from Exam I which applies to material covered in Exam II (ie.: significant figures and names of ions and elements) New for Exam II: Memorize KNOW THE FOLLOWING IONS (most important ions for Exam II in bold) in addition to the ones from Exam I: OH - hydroxide C 2 H
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