Hooker emerald 2 incomparable emerald 3 patricia

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Unformatted text preview: 3. Wittlesbach Diamond 4. Cullinan Diamond 12. Of the emeralds discussed in the lectures, which one remains uncut? Correct Answer Student Response 1. Hooker Emerald 2. Incomparable Emerald 3. Patricia Emerald 4. Mogul Emerald 13. What role do institutes such as the GIA play? Correct Answer Student Response 1. Supply standard certifications of diamonds 2. Protect consumers 3. Protect retailers 4. Provide education 5. All the above 14. Mined diamonds are only used for jewellery Student Response False Correct Answer False 15. Of the following, which are the three main types of tectonic plate boundaries? A. Convergent B. Asthenospheric C. Divergent D. Transform E. Fracture Correct Answer Student Response 1. B, C, D 2. A, B, C 3. B, D, E 4. A, C, D 5. C, D, E 16. Match the following types of chemical bonding with their characteristics: Ionic Occurs between atoms in which outermost electrons are locally 'shared' between nearby atoms Covalent Metallic Occurs between atoms in which outer electrons of an atom are effectively 'distributed' amongst the entire object Occurs between two atoms in which an electron from one is 'donated' to the other Statement Ionic Response Occurs between two atoms in which an electron from one is 'donated' to the other Correct Match Occurs between two atoms in which an electron from one is 'donated' to the other Covalent Occurs between atoms in which outermost electrons are locally 'shared' between nearby atoms Occurs between atoms in which outermost electrons are locally 'shared' betwee...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2014 for the course EOSC 118 taught by Professor Daveturner during the Winter '12 term at University of British Columbia.

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