Chapter 5Stereochemistry At Tetrahedral Centers
For the following question(s) MATCH each definition to a term from the list below. Place the
letter of the term in the blank to the left of the definition.
Exam 1 Practice: Ch 1-4
Extra Credit Points
Note: The questions cover chapters 1 thru 4. If you want answer all the questions or answer the
questions that pertain to chapter 1-2. Extra credit will be awarded for questions answered related
to chapters 3-4.
Organic Chemistry 1
Complete and show all of your work.
1. In your own words and using charts and/or figures, explain Quantum Mechanics
in relation to Organic Chemistry and its description of atoms and molecules.
Precious de-Winton Cummings
What concept of probability is this video focused upon, a,b,c or d?
b. Sensitivity and specificity
c. Conditional probability
What is the probability that one or both parents are hyperli
Stat 653 HW6 - Agresti
Exercise (4.1). A study used logistic regression to determine characteristics associated with
cancer patient achieved remission (1
Y = whether a
yes). The most important explanatory variable was a labeling index
3. The category Men has a p-value less than 0.05. That means in this case we can reject the null
hypothesis. In all other categories the null hypothesis is true.
p-value <0.0001. Hence we can
2.18. a) 21= 290 X 168
b) The df is (I-1) (J-1) = (3-1) (3-1) = 4
p value is approximately 0. Happiness and income are associated.
c) The table has large negative residuals for the cells having counts 21 and 83. That is there were fewer
a) The test fails to detect prostate cancer in 1 in 4 men, hence P (|C) = is true. Similarly, two thirds
receive false positive, hence P (+|C) = 2/3 is true.
b) P (+|C) =1 - P (-|C) =1- =
True Disease Status
3.1. The link function determines the function of mean and form a linear equation. It is not often used,
because probabilities must fall between 0 and 1, whereas straight lines provide predictions that can be
any real number.
3.3a) = 0.00255+0.00109xThe e
X 2 ( 2 )/n
RR p p
= (1.0, 5.6)
= 0.367 0.175 = 0.192
= 0.367/0.175 = 2.097
p1 /(1 p1 ) 0.367 / 0.633 0.580
p 2 /(1 p 2 ) 0.175
Creating and Using Codebooks
This assignment will allow you to practice creating and using codebooks. There are three
parts to this worksheet. In part one you will create a codebook based on a provided example
survey. In part two you will write survey que
11. P (
> 90) = P (Z >
) = P (Z > 1.61) = 1-0.9463 = 0.0537
12 / 15
16 a) X = + Z = 75 + 1.282(10) = 87.82
= + Z = 75 + 1.282(10/20) = 77.87
1. P (
> 104) = P (Z >
) = P (Z > 2) = 1-0.9772 = 0.0228
Monica Lazaro August 1, 2011 Experiment 9: Preparation of meso-Tetraphenylporphyrin and Metalloporphyrin Chemicals used in experiment: Pyrrole Molecular formula: C4H5N Molar Mass: 67.09 g/mol Melting point: -23 C Boiling point: 129131 C
Experiment 6: Nitration of Methyl Benzoate
Chemicals Used in this experiment:
Molecular formula: H2SO4
Molar mass: 98.078 g/mol
Appearance: clear, colorless,
Density: 1.84 g cm3
Melting point: 10 C
Monica Lazaro CHM2211L Experiment 5: Synthesis of Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin) Chemicals used in this experiment:
1.) Physical Data Weight of aspirin obtained: 0.127 g Percentage yield of aspirin: 69.
Electric Field Mapping
SPC 5-20-2010 Tues, Thurs 12:30 Sec 385 By: Monica Lazaro Lab Partners: Jeannel Huffman Chelsea Sherma
In this experiment the objective was to map the electrical fields for two symmetrical electrode configurations with
Electric Heating & Efficiency
Tues, Thurs 12:30
By: Monica Lazaro
Lab Partners: Jeannel Huffman
The purpose of this experiment was to gain a first hand understanding of elect
Monica Lazaro July 15,2011 Post Lab 4: Borohydride Reduction of 2-methylcyclohexanone Chemicals used in experiment: 2-Methylcyclohexanone
Molecular formula: C7H12O Boiling point: 162.00 to 163.00 C Molar mass:112.169g/mol