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									      THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE                             DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

                                    CHEMISTRY 1000                      Practice Final Examination #1

      Instructor: Dr. R.T. Boeré                     (3 Hours)                     No. of Pages = 8 + 1

      Caveat: Note that this exam is provided only to give you an idea of the kind of format you may face in this year's final exam, and as a
      way of checking the state of your own preparation. It does not in any way limit the type or range of questions that will be on the
      final. Questions may be drawn from any portion of the course. The definition of material to be studied is those sections of the
      textbook identified in the eleven official assignments handed out during the course of the semester. Happy studying, and good luck.

      Question              Mark                  Question               Mark                  Question               Mark
                                        /value                                       /value                                       /value
      #1                                          #5                                           #9
                                             /6                                           /4                                           /8
      #2                                          #6                                           #10
                                             /9                                          /10                                          /14
      #3                                          #7                                           #11
                                             /8                                          /19                                          /14
      #4                                          #8                                           Total
                                            /11                                          /17                                        /120

      1. Students must count the number of pages in this examination paper before beginning to write, and report
         any discrepancy immediately to the invigilator. Answer all questions on the paper.
      2. The value of each question is given in the margin as the number in square brackets.
      3. Some data, including a periodic table, is provided on a separate page within this exam booklet; the data
         sheet need not be returned with the completed examination.
      4. Calculators and slide rules are permitted. All alphanumeric memories MUST be cleared before the exam
         commences.
      5. The exam booklet must be handed in before leaving the examination hall. No-one will be permitted to leave
         the examination hall during the last 15 minutes of the exam period.

      1.      a) Write acceptable names for each of the following:
[6]
              (i) KHSO3                           potassium hydrogen sulfite


              (ii) (NH4)2Te                       ammonium telluride

              b) Indicate which of the following is a hydrocarbon, which a carbohydrate, which a strong acid, which
              a weak base. Only one example of each type is included! Leave the rest blank. Marks will be
              subtracted for false identification.

              i) H3PO4                                              ii) C21H28                   hydrocarbon

              iii) CsOH                                             iv) NH3                      weak base

              v) HNO3                   strong acid                 vi) C16H28O14                carbohydrate

              vii) C3H7Br                                           viii) AgCN
   THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE                             DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

                                 CHEMISTRY 1000                      Practice Final Examination #2

   Instructor: Dr. R.T. Boeré          (3 Hours)                 No. of Pages = 8 + 1

   Caveat: Note that this exam is provided only to give you an idea of the kind of format you may face in this year's final exam, and as a
   way of checking the state of your own preparation. It does not in any way limit the type or range of questions that will be on the
   final. Questions may be drawn from any portion of the course. The definition of material to be studied is those sections of the
   textbook identified in the eleven official assignments handed out during the course of the semester. Happy studying, and good luck.

   Question              Mark                  Question               Mark                  Question               Mark
                                     /value                                       /value                                       /value
   #1                                          #5                                           #9
                                          /8                                          /12                                           /8
   #2                                          #6                                           #10
                                          /9                                          /25                                          /10
   #3                                          #7                                           #11
                                         /10                                          /18                                          /16
   #4                                          #8                                           Total
                                         /10                                          /20                                        /146

    1. Students must count the number of pages in this examination paper before beginning to write, and report
       any discrepancy immediately to the invigilator. Answer all questions on the paper.
    2. The value of each question is given in the margin as the number in square brackets.
    3. Some data, including a periodic table, is provided on a separate page within this exam booklet; the data
       sheet need not be returned with the completed examination.
    4. Calculators and slide rules are permitted. All alphanumeric memories MUST be cleared before the exam
       commences.
    5. The exam booklet must be handed in before leaving the examination hall. No-one will be permitted to leave
       the examination hall during the last 15 minutes of the exam period.
    1.      a) Write acceptable names for each of the following:
            (i) NaHSO4                                        (ii) Fe(OH)3
[8]                  sodium hydrogen sulfate                                     iron(III) hydroxide


           (iii) Mg(NO2)                                              (iv) CdF2
                    magnesium nitrate                                                         cadmium fluoride

           b) Indicate which of the following is a hydrocarbon, which an alcohol, which a weak acid, which a
           strong base. Only one example of each type is included! Leave the rest blank. Marks will be subtracted
           for false identification.

           i) H2SO4                                                   ii) C6H6                hydrocarbon

           iii) FeBr3                                                 iv) KOH                 strong base

           v) HF                     weak acid                        vi) C2H5OH              alcohol

           vii) Zn(OH)2                                               viii) CH2O

								
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