Ch3 Worksheet key

Ch3 Worksheet key - Due to their shells being filled, there...

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CH101/ Ch3 Worksheet key Name: _________, ________ last, first 1. a) omitted b) C<B<Al c) C<Ge<Sn d) O<Cl<Cl 2. a) omitted b) C>B>Al c) C>Ge>Sn d) O>Cl>Cs 3. a) omitted b) Al<B<C c) Sn<Ge<C d) Cs<Cl<O 4. a) omitted b) C c) C d) O 5. a) omitted b) C c) C d) O 6. Noble gases have closed shells therefore their electrons are very low in energy. This means that it will be very difficult to remove electrons, therefore IE is very large.
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Unformatted text preview: Due to their shells being filled, there is no empty spot within the orbital to fit an electron, therefore noble gases are not particularly electronegative. 7. Anions 8. Cations CH101/ Ch3 Worksheet key Name: _________, ________ last, first Energy r=0, E=0 2s 2p 2s 2p O B...
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