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Hour Exam Dates (all exams 5:30-6:30 PM in Keyes 105):

Exam 1: Wednesday, October 5th

Exam 2: Thursday, November 3rd

Exam 3: Monday, December 5th

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Practice Exams:

Practice Exam 1

Answers to Practice Exam 1

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Answers to Practice Final Exam

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Information for Final Exam

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The Final Exam will take place be held on SaturdayWednesday, December 18th 14th from 96:00-119:00 in Olin 1.  Materials that you may use are writing implements, and molecular models (optional but allowed).  You may also bring a calculator (with all memory cleared) if you wish, but this shouldn't be needed to complete the exam.  The exam will cover all course material, with an extra emphasis on material that was introduced after Exam 3.  The exam will also cover laboratory experiments 1-5.

Exam 3 Information:

pm in Arey 5. The exam will cover the class material from Chapters 1-11 and laboratory material from experiments 1-6. The exam is expected to take approximately 2 hours, but you will be able to work for the entire 3 hours. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session on Monday, December 12th starting at 1:00 in Keyes 105.

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Information for Exam 3:

Answer Key to Exam 3

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Exam 3 will take place be held on TuesdayMonday, November 30th December 5th from 5:30-6:30 pm in Keyes 105.  Materials that you may use are writing implements, and molecular models (optional but allowed).  You may also bring a calculator (with all memory cleared) if you wish, but this shouldn't be needed to complete the exam.  The exam is cumulative, and will cover the class material from Chapters 1-9 and , Chapter 10 sections 10. 1-10.2 of Chapter 10, but will focus on the material in Chapters 7-10 that did not appear on Exams 1 and 2.  Not all of Chapter 10 will be covered.  The relevant sections for Exam 3 are 10.1-10.2 (covering hydrogenation of olefins, and Cl2 and Br2 additions to olefins in both nucleophilic and non-nucleophilic solvents).  The exam will also cover laboratory experiments 1-4.8, and laboratory material from experiments 1-5. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session held on MondaySunday, November 29th December 4th at 74:00 pm PM in Arey 5.  This is a question-and-answer session (no new material will be introduced).

Exam 2 Information:

Keyes 105.

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Information for Exam 2:

Answer Key to Exam 2

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Exam 2 will take place be held on WednesdayThursday, November 3rd from 5:30-6:30 pm in Keyes 105.   Materials that you may use are writing implements, and molecular models (optional but allowed).  You may also bring a calculator (with all memory cleared) if you wish, but this shouldn't be needed to complete the exam.  The exam is cumulative, and will cover the class material from Chapters 1-7, but will focus on the material in Chapters 4-7 that did not appear on Exam 1.  Not all of Chapter 7 will be covered.  The relevant sections for Exam 2 are 7.1-7.7 (covering SN1 and SN2 reactions, but not elimination reactions).and laboratory material from experiments 1-3. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session held on TuesdayWednesday, November Nov. 2nd at 7:00 pm in Arey 5.  This is a question-and-answer session (no new material will be introduced).

Exam 1 Information:

7pm in Keyes 105. 

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Information for Exam 1:

Answer Key for Exam 1

Exam 1 will take place be held on TuesdayWednesday, October 5th from 5:30-6:30 pm in Arey 5.  Materials that you may use are writing implements, and molecular models (optional but allowed).  You may also bring a calculator (with all memory cleared) if you wish, but this shouldn't be needed to complete the exam. Keyes 105.  The exam will cover the class material from Chapters 1-4.

Exam Topics:

Chapter 1: All sections
Chapter 2: All sections
Chapter 3: Sections 3.1-3.15 (the later sections we will encounter in chapter 8, and on exam 3)
Chapter 4: All sections except 4.4, 4.9, 4.10, 4.13 (these will appear on exam 2)
Laboratory: Experiment 1

, and laboratory material from experiment 1. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session held on Monday, October 4th 3rd starting at 7:00 pm in Arey 5.  This is a question-and-answer session (no new material will be introduced).Miller 14. 

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