Lecture Notes for CHEM 132 - CHEM I LABORATORY at Maryland (UMD)

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Material Type:Study Guide
University:University of Maryland
Term:Spring 2004
  • Either...or
  • Density (d)
  • Dissolution
  • Concentration
  • Concentrated
  • Molar Ratios
  • Explanation
  • Stoichiometry
  • No Molecules
  • Temperature
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Densl \-\./ tJ\G\SS --- Review Approaches for CHEM 132 Final Exam The CHEM 132 final will be a 25 question, multiple choice, Scantron exam, worth 100 pts. While scheduled for 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, December 15, students will actually have 1 hour from the time they begin work to complete it; the cushion time is to handle the logistics of getting all students where they belong to take the exam. Given that twelve experiments were performed during the semester, the exam will effectively cover each exercise with two questions, plus one additional question. Most likely, one of those two questions will directly address the actual experiment performed and the "big picture" take-home message from it. The second question focusing on a given experiment will explore how the major concept, or conclusion was encountered in a subsequent exercise, or how it might be applied in a related experience. Some questions will probably be calculation-based (meaning you should be certain to bring the toolpf y...

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