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1. Elements with low energy valence orbitals have high electronegativities.
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2. Electrons in high energy valence orbitals tend to feel more positive charge from the nucleus than electrons in low energy valence orbitals.
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3. Electrons in high energy valence orbitals tend to feel a more positive potential than electrons in low energy valence orbitals.

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4. Electrons prefer to be in lower energy orbitals than higher energy orbitals.
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5. Electrons prefer to be in areas of more positive potential than in areas of more negative potential.
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6. Metals tend to have higher energy valence orbitals than non-metals.
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Identify the reductant and the number of electrons transferred (n) in each redox reaction below.

Reaction reductant n
3Cl2 + 2Fe 2FeCl3
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Fe Cl2

2
H2O + Hg2+ + NO21- 2H1+ + Hg + NO31-
3
H2O Hg2+ NO21-

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3SO32- + 2MnO41- + H2O 3SO42- + 2MnO2 + 2OH1-
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SO32- MnO41- H2O

6

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Consider the In3+/In half reaction (In is the element indium). It does not appear in Table 11.1 in the textbook, but it has a potential of -0.34 V.
a) Which of the following statements is true?
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In is a stronger reducing agent than Zn AND In3+ is a stronger oxidizing agent than Cu2+. In is a stronger reducing agent than Cu AND In3+ is a stronger oxidizing agent than Zn2+. In is a stronger reducing agent than Zn AND In3+ is a stronger oxidizing agent than Zn2+. In is a stronger reducing agent than Cu AND In3+ is a stronger oxidizing agent than Cu2+.

b) Which of the following statements is true?
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The In redox orbital is higher in energy than Zn AND lower in energy than Cu The In redox orbital is lower in energy than Zn AND higher in energy than Cu The In redox orbital is higher in energy than Zn AND higher in energy than Cu The In redox orbital is lower in energy than Zn AND lower in energy than Cu
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