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I believe Professor Lavelle said that this exam is only on the quantum world sections, so everything from after the last exam to today's lecture. You can also look at the exam outlines on Professor Lavelle's website for a comprehensive list of all of the topics and concepts we need to know for the exam!
I believe some fundamentals may show up during calculations such as avogadro's number when converting photons to moles. Or calculating the molar mass of an element. Some examples where this is seen in the textbook are problems 1B7 part B and C. Also the second questions of 1B9 requires converting from photons to moles.
In example 1.4 of the 6th edition of the textbook it has you calculate the energy of a single photon and then the energy per mole of photons, so i think its important that you remember things like avogadro's number from test 1 because they're fundamentals and will probably show up again on other tests. the example is on page 12 if you want to take a look at how they did it! :)
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