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CHEM 6 Dartmouth Final 05 Exam

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In the first section, there are 13 multiple choice questions, each is worth 8 points. Must answer questions 1 through 3 and then any 7 of your. If you
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Final Exam Winter 2012

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On this, the final math 3 exams in winter 2012, i will work individually, neither giving nor receiving help, guided by the dartmouth academic honor pri
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Final Exam Fall 2011

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Final Exam Fall 2011 Solutions

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Final Exam Fall 2010

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On this nal examination for math 3 in fall 2010, i will work individually, neither giving nor receiving help, guided by the dartmouth academic honor. I
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Final Exam Fall 2009

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Instructions: you are not allowed to use calculators (or any kind of elec- tronic equipment), books, or notes of any sort. It should go without saying,
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CHEM 6 Dartmouth transsolns Exam

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Over: [6] give the major advantage and major disadvantage of each type of proximity sensor in the table below. Major disadvantage: [6] sketch the schem
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Chem 6 Dartmouth Spring Exam3S

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Chem 6 sample exam 3 (final) brief answers. 2 1/ni: because e = hc/ , shortest wavelength means biggest energy. This must correspond to a transition fr
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Chem 6 Dartmouth Spring Exam3

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Chem 6 sample exam 3 (final) (200 points total) @ this is a closed book exam to which the honor. @ the last three pages contain equations, physical con
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Chem 6 Dartmouth Spring Exam2S

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Two possible approaches here to find the energy difference and hence the frequency. Either find the energy of both states and subtract, or use one of t
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Chem 6 Dartmouth Spring Exam2

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Chem 6 sample exam 2 (150 points total) @ this is a closed book exam to which the honor. @ the last page contains equations and physical constants; you
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Chem 6 Dartmouth Spring Exam1S

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Chem 6 sample exam 1 brief answers: a. Doubling [hi] quadruples the rate, so it must be second order in hi. Note that you get the same result by consid
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