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1Chem 112 LRSVDS Fall 2011 Chem 112 Exam I Tuesday September 13, 6:30 – 7:45 PM Conflicts: For legitimate PSU conflicts, sign up for a conflict exam during your lecture. Work, sports extracurricular and similar events do not qualify for the conflict exam. Locations: check the website at http://courses.chem.psu.edu/chem112/Fall/Exams/exam_schedule2.ht m Bring: SEVERAL #2 pencils with erasers PSU photo ID calculator - may not be text programmable Know: Your Chem. 112 section number (Section 001 or 002) Do NOT bring: –Cell phones, PDA's, or any other electronic devices –text programmable calculator –food or drink DO: Turn hats with a brim backwards Keep bags and backpacks ZIPPED AND ON THE FLOOR, not the seat Material Covered: Lectures 1-9 including demos Chapters 14 and 21 Skill Check Test 1-2, Unit Quiz 1, 2 Format: 25 multiple choice questions, similar to homework Data sheet and Periodic Table will be provided Counts as 34 points out of a final total of 200 (17% of your grade) some calculations, some concept questions Advice: Do the sample practice exams on website page; select handouts Do the practice exam posted on Angel Do the homework from the text and packet! Go to recitation, review and supplemental instruction sessions! Go to office hours and free tutoring in the CRC! Study in groups! Use the Bulletin Board!
2Chem 112 LRSVDS Stuff to Know for Exam I Kinetics –Rates; relationships –Rate Laws –Reaction Orders –Rate versus time; 1st and 2nd order linear equations and graphs –Half life; 1st and 2nd order –E a, transition state, E, E profile –Arrhenius equation (k vs. T) –Mechanisms, elementary reactions, intermediates, catalysts –Rate determining step –Catalysts –How an Enzyme works
3Chem 112 LRSVDS Nuclear Chemistry –Nucleon symbols, 5 types of decay –Balance nuclear reactions –Stability; Compare isotope in P.T. Up to 20 n=p stable Above AN 83 alpha decay High n/p beta decay Low n/p light nuclei, positron High n/p, heavy, e - capture –Detection of radioactivity –Effects of radioactivity –Kinetics Rate (k) in dps per atom Half life and k Ratio of Nt/No –Binding Energy –Fusion and Fission –Nuclear Reactors, Atomic bombs Stuff to Know for Exam 1