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Past Exam for CHEM 1015 - Introduction to Chemistry with Eddleton at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 3
Professor:Eddleton
Class:CHEM 1015 - Introduction to Chemistry
Subject:Chemistry
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2000
Keywords:
  • Formula Weight
  • Arrangement
  • No Molecules
  • Total Volume
  • Demonstration
  • Interactions
  • Polar Covalent
  • Configuration
  • Periodic Table
  • Vsepr Theory
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Name: __________ SS/lo _____________ _ HonorCodePledge:, ____________________ __ Chem 1015 Hour Test 3 April 12, 2000 Please choose the best answer to each of the following questions and darken the appropriate choice on your opscan. You may write on your test paper during the test Use the backs of your test pages for scratch work. No other papers should be visible during the test A periodic table is included at the back of this test Good luck! 1. The electron dot symbol for any group II element is .. . 1. ~ X: 2. x: 3 .. X IS . . 2. The electron dot symbol for any group I ion is + .. - 1. X 2. : X: 3. X .. 3. For ionic compounds, metals tend to electrons while 4. nonmetals tend to electrons. Both are trying to attain the very stable noble gas configuration of eight valence electrons. 1. lose/gain 2. gain/lose The shape of the ammonia molecule (represented below) is best described as 1. 4. bent 2. triangular 5. "'" H pyramidal tetrahedral 3. li...

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