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CHEM 3A Problem Set 1 (January, 24 2007 ) NOTE: No problem sets will be turned in for 3A lecture! – Write out the ground-state electron configuration for the following atoms and identify how many valence electrons each has: a) Magnesium b) Calcium c) Bromine d) sulfur e) Boron f) Silicon
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Unformatted text preview: – Guess at what the most likely value for X is in the following molecules: a) AlCl X b) NI X c) CCl X F – Lithium methoxide, LiOCH 3 , has both ionic and covelent bonds in it. Draw its Lewis structure and identify which bonds are ionic and which are covalent....
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