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CH 101 WAHW6 - CH 101 WAHW6 Spring 2008 Dr. Ison 1. /4...

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CH 101 – WAHW6 Spring 2008 Dr. Ison 1. /4 points | 4/5 submissions Last Response | Show Details All Responses Notes Assume the reaction of 118.67 g of P 4 in the following reaction to determine the other quantities. 1P 4 + 6Cl 2 -> 4PCl 3 moles of P 4 reacting = 0.957 mol moles of Cl 2 required = 5.742 mol moles of PCl 3 formed = 3.828 mol mass of PCl 3 formed = 526.350 g 2. /11 points | 5/5 submissions Last Response | Show Details All Responses Notes No marks will be shown for the table in this problem. Indicate the formal charges on each atom of each of the resonance forms of the cyanate ion. Lone pairs are not shown, but the octet rule is obeyed by each atom. Include the sign of the formal charge even if it is positive, i.e., enter +1 to indicate a + formal charge. A B C O -1 0 +1 C 0 0 0
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N 0 -1 -2 Which resonance form (A, B, or C) is the preferred structure of the cyanate ion? A The charge on the cyanate ion is -1 3. /20 points | 5/5 submissions Last Response | View Saved Work | Show Details All Responses Notes No marks will be shown for this question. Draw the Lewis Structures for each of the following species to answer the questions.
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2008 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Bigham during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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CH 101 WAHW6 - CH 101 WAHW6 Spring 2008 Dr. Ison 1. /4...

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