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Exam llB CH101 Bigham Spring 2008 Vr:V Name: h L I ' print ldst print first unity lD (ex jlsmith2) l. (o) Circle the smollest ion in the following list (2 pts): Nol* Mg2* * Circle the lorgest ion in the following list (2 pts): ctr- @ s2- (b) 2. Write the chorge of the most likely ion from the following otoms (1 pt eoch)? Cd Co B Rb t 3. Whoi is the oxidoiion s.tote of the underlined otom in the following compounds? (1 pt eoch) NozSO+ BzOs KzSOs KMnOa + + 4. Write IUPAC names for the following compounds: (l pt eo) snoz Tn (tr\ 0r id. TiBr+ Fe(OH)s NaHCos Sod r til,r^4 hudroo(nearbonaf< , " bicnrionaf. hv dro + 5. Write formulas for the Cadmium phosphate Tin(lV) hydroxide lron (lll) oxide Cobalt(lll) carbonate sn
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6. Consider lhe slruclure below when onswering questions 1- (A) Circle the bond order of the Cl-O bonds in the chlorote ion shown obove? (2 pts) o) I b) 1.25 :F: s tl r+ll |/.\-fl| . u- \Jl . l. I I lOt * d)2 formol chorge, of the O oiom o lobeled B in ClOs'- shown qbove? (2 pt eoch) 7. Use lhe emply MO diogrom lo help you qnswer queslions A-D. Circle lhe correct qnswer. (l pt eoch) A. Whot is the bond order of CNt- ? o) I b) 1.5 c)2 pe B. Which term best describes the electronic s o) poromognetic b) diomognetic onp k &n., 1L 11, *, 4V IL JL
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This test prep was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Bigham during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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