Exam 3 - Chem 201 75 Dr N J Stolowich 1. EXAM III name: _...

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Chem 201 – 75 EXAM III name: ____________________ Dr N J Stolowich November 9, 2006 1. (30 pts) CLEARLY indicate whether each of the following statements are ( T ) or ( F ) _____ A p orbital has 5 possible orientations. _____ If H rxn is positive, the reaction is said to be exothermic _____ A positive value of w means the surroundings do work on the system. _____ Phosphorus has a higher electron affinity then fluorine _____ Lead (Pb) is more metallic then Aluminum _____ The major consequence of exclusion principle is the spin quantum number ( m s ) _____ The condensed electron configuration for Cu is [Ar] 4 s 2 3 d 9 _____ Shielding of an outer orbital by an inner orbital makes the outer electron easier to remove _____ A photon of light energy is emitted when an atom in the ground state goes to an excited state. _____ Magnesium has a smaller atomic radii then O 2. (8 pts) Answer the questions pertaining to atomic orbitals: What is the principle QN ( n ) of the last p electron of Tin (Sn)? _____ How many electrons can be placed in a l =1 sublevel? _____ The total number of orbitals contained in the n =2 energy level? _____ The maximum number of electrons allowed in the n =3 energy level? _____ 3. (12 pts) Convert the following into the units requested.
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2008 for the course CHEM 201 taught by Professor Hoyt during the Spring '07 term at University of Louisville.

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Exam 3 - Chem 201 75 Dr N J Stolowich 1. EXAM III name: _...

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