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Chapter 2 Review Sheet Protecting the Ozone Layer - What is ozone? - stratospheric ozone vs. troposphere ozone - allotrope - the modern view of the atom - subatomic particles (proton, neutron, electrons) - atomic mass unit - atomic number and the arrangement of the elements on the periodic table. - Be able to determine the number of each subatomic particle for an element from the periodic table. - Compare elements within a group on the periodic table. - Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle - energy levels (energy shells) - outer shell electrons - mass number - isotopes and isotopic notation - covalent bond - draw Lewis structures - octet rule
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Unformatted text preview: -wavelength -frequency -use the ν =c/ λ equation -photons -use the E = h ν equation -use the E = hc/ λ equation -electromagnetic spectrum -effect of IR, visible, and UV radiation -interaction of UV photons with chemical bonds -Why does O 2 absorb higher energy photons than O 3 ? -UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C radiation -Chapman cycle -steady state -Dobson unit -UV index -What is depleting the ozone layer? -free radical -CFCs -chlorines role is ozone depletion -catalyst -Montreal Protocol -HCFCs -Naming both CFCs and HCFCs -Compound of the Day – Nitric Oxide (NO) – It’s role in regulating blood flow....
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