gen chem 2 worksheet 3

gen chem 2 worksheet 3 - e. Beryllium chloride f. MgCO 3 g....

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Name _______________________________ Score ____________ Radionuclides and Reduction-Oxidation Worksheet 1. The nuclide 12 N is unstable. What type of radioactive decay would be expected? 2. The half-life of 90 Sr is 28.1 years. How long will it take a 10.0 g sample to decompose to 0.10 g? 3. What is the smallest amount of radioactive material that will support a self-sustained reaction? What is a self-sustaining reaction typically called? 4. List the two types of biologic damage that can occur after exposure to radiation and an example of each. 5. Define fission and fusion. What types of nuclei are likely to undergo each process? 6. Balance the following reactions and identify the oxidizing compound (oxidant) and the reducing compound (reductant) on the left-hand side of the equation. a. Fe(s) + O 2 (g) FeO 2 (s) Write the formula or name each of the following compounds. a. Li 2 O b. Na 2 O 2 c. Lithium nitride d. Rubidium hydroxide
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Unformatted text preview: e. Beryllium chloride f. MgCO 3 g. In 2 O h. BF 3 i. CCl 4 j. Carbon monoxide k. Aluminum sulfate 7. In a recent year, production of ammonia in the United States totaled 27.37 x 10 9 lb. Assuming 100% yield, calculate the volumes of N 2 and H 2 measured at STP required to produce this much ammonia by the reaction N 2 (g) + 3 H 2 (g) 2 NH 3 (g) 8. Predict the relative acid strengths of the following compounds. H 3 PO 4 , H 2 PO 4-, HPO 4 2-9. Define the following terms. a. isomers b. ligand c. chelate d. complex ion e. coordinate covalent bond f. inert pair effect g. alkali metals h. alkaline earth metals i. ion exchange 10. Write the electronic configurations for each of the following transition metal ions. a. Cu, Cu 2+ , Cu 3+ b. Ni, Ni 2+ 15. Why is the compound [Cr(H 2 0) 6 ]Cl 3 violet, [Cr(H 2 0) 4 ]Cl 2 green, and [Cr(NH 3 ) 6 ]Cl 3 yellow?...
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