Chapter 8 Workout Problems

Chapter 8 Workout Problems - diagrams and noble gas...

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Chapter 8 Give the electron configuration for sulfur, using the spdf, noble gas, and orbital box notations. Write the electron configuration for Al using the noble gas notation, and give a set of quantum numbers for each of the electrons with n = 3 (valance electrons) Using the spdf and noble gas notatins, give electron configurations for Tc and Os. Write the electron configurations for the following elements: (use spdf notation) P Zn
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Zr In Pb U Give the electron configurations for Cu and for its +1 and +2 ions. Are ether of these ions paramagnetic? How many unpaired electrons does each have? Depict the electron configurations for V 2+, V 3+, and Co 3+. Use the orbital box
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Unformatted text preview: diagrams and noble gas notations. Are any of these ions paramagnetic? If so, give the number of unpaired electrons. Compare the three elements C, O, and Si. Place them in order of increasing atomic radius. Which has the largest ionization energy? Which has the more negative electron affinity? Compare the elements B, Al, and C. Place the three elements in order of increasing atomic radius. Rank the elements in order of increasing ionization energy. Which element is expected to have the most negative electron affinity value?...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Williamson during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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