Chap 8-9 Test - = final initial = (broken)-(made) Short...

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∆= final – initial = Σ (broken)- Σ (made)
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You must show states/charges/balanced coefficients in equations for full credit Write the full electron configuration for manganese __________________________ Write the noble gas core/valence electron configuration of bromine _________________ Select the species in each pair that has the larger radius (circle only one atom per pair). a) As or Br b) C or Ge c) Al or N Which of the following naturally occurring diatomic molecule has a triple bond (hint: Think obeys octet rule and has zero formal charge) a) H 2 b) Cl 2 c) F 2 d) O 2 e) N 2 Rank the following ions/atoms in size (rewrite placing “largest” on left, “smallest on right, and use > (greater than) symbol between atoms) Ar Ca +2 Cl -1 F -1 Which element has the largest electronegativity __________________________ Which element has the smallest electronegativity ______________________ Two different ions that have the same total number of electrons are called ____________ An atom that is attracted to a magnet is called ____________________ An atom that is not attracted (even repelled) by a magnet is called ____________ The “building up” principle of adding electrons is known as the ______________ principle Write the “spin arrow” orbital (circle/dash) diagram for sulfur. Label the orbitals What is the maximum number of electrons in all orbitals for the shell #3 (i.e. in the full
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