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Review Session prelim 2 key - 1 a trigonal planar not polar...

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1. a. trigonal planar, not polar b. square planar, not polar c. trigonal pyramidal, polar d. linear, not polar e. tetrahedral, not polar 2. a. In and Tl have greater number of protons and the additional electrons are not good at shielding b. filled and half filled subshells make P+Mg more stable than nearby elements 3. a. n-1 nodes, so 5-1=4 nodes total. 2 angular nodes, 2 radial nodes
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Unformatted text preview: b. 2 and a half waves total. Label “0” where the nodes are (where graph passes through 0), * is at all the maxima/minima of the wavefunction 4. Mo 3+ is d3, paramagnetic Co 3+ is d6, diamagnetic, en is strong field 5. a. λ b =102.6nm b. Zeff=1.844 6. a. structural b. optical c. structural d. geometric...
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