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Unformatted text preview: 1. How badly a given atom wants electrons a. The higher the electronegativity, the greater the desire. 2. Relationship between electronegativity and the periodic table a. Decreases down and to the left Answers: 1. P+: 17, e-: 17, N: 18 2. P+: 1, e-: 1 3. Isotopes 4. C, P, Mg, Pb 5. HONClFIBr, S, P b. Fluorine is the most electronegative atom 3. VERY IMPORTANT CONCEPT Practice Problems: 1. Rank in order of most electronegative to least electronegative: Magnesium, Carbon, Phosphorus, Lead. 2. What are the diatomic atoms found in nature? What are the polyatomic atoms found in nature? Questions? Email email@example.com. Answers: 1. P+: 17, e-: 17, N: 18 2. P+: 1, e-: 1 3. Isotopes 4. C, P, Mg, Pb 5. HONClFIBr, S, P...
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