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draw energy levels for the atomic orbitals and show how they combine to form the molecular orbitals of F2. Show electron occupations for the F atoms and the molecule, F2. Label all A.O.'s
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(C) SiH4, E5. (a) The central Cl atom has all of its valence electrons (six, because the ion has a
net positive charge) involved in bonds to the surrounding three oxygen atoms and
has no lone pairs. Its steric number, is 3. In the molecular ion the central Cl should be surrounded by the three 0 atoms in a trigonal planar structure.
(b) The central Cl atom in this ion also has a steric number of 3, composed of two bonded atoms and a single lone pair. The predicted molecular geometry is a bent
molecule with an angle somewhat less than 120°. (c) The central Si has a steric number of 4 and no lone pairs. The molecular
geometry should consist of the Si atom surrounded by a regular tetrahedron of H
atoms. (d) Iodine has seven valence electrons of which ﬁve are shared in bonding pairs
with F atoms. This leaves two electrons to form a lone pair, and so the steric
number is 5 (bonded atoms) + 1 (lone pair) = 6. The structure will be based on
the octahedron of electron pairs from Figure 14—6, with ﬁve F atoms and one lone
pair. The lone pair can be placed on any one of the six eduivalent sites and will
cause the four F atoms to bend away from it toward the ﬁfth F atom, giving the
distorted structure shown in Figure 149. KE Consider the quantum mechanical, rigid rotor model for the rotation of a diatomic molecule. Problem #3 (worth 15 %) (a) As energy increases, what happens to the spacings between the J levels?
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conduction band, the band gap (where appropriate), and the valence band. /\ WWW/1 ﬂat/£1 \\ Problem #5 (worth 15 %) end of exam Problem # 1 (worth ID % credit) (a) What is the difference between galvanic and electrolytic cells? (b) Two electrolytic cells were placed in series. One contained a solution of AgN03 and the other
a solution of CuSO4. Electricity was passed through the cells until 1.273 gm. of Ag had been
deposited. How much copper was deposited at the same time? The amounts of the two elements deposited would be in direct
proportion to their gramequivalent weights. T herefore:, 51"
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or x = 0.3749 g. of Cu deposited. (c) How many grams each of Ag+ and Cu+2 ions would be deposited by 0.040 Faraday? eposits one gramequivalent weight 01 an Since one faraday d I I
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. 107.88 X 0.040 = 4.3 g. of Ag deposited and I 31.77 X 0.040 = 1.3 g. of Cu deposited. Problem # 2 (worth % credit) (a) Con51de1 the overal‘lereacnon ZNOZ + F2 > ZNOzF, With the proposed mechanism
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below. This question deals with dissociation energies, Do; equilibrium bond lengths, Re; and
ionization energies, IP. Your answers must be in terms of these quantities. Problem # 3 (worth [5% of the grade on this exam) \tw ~r~  — ..’,5= , ox, ,9. ,P,..,. e I‘ ’ ,
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l (a) the energy difference between the atomic asymptotes, (b) the energy difference between v=0 of
AB and v=0 of AB+, (c) the dissociation energy of AB, i.e., DO(AB), and (d) the dissociation energy of AB“, i.e., D0(AB+). (e) Write an equation indicating the energetic relationship between D0(AB) and D0(AB+). IP04!) + 900%”) = M!) r .276?)
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Re(AB+) on the above diagram. (g) Which has the greater bond strength,r AB+(circle one)? How do you know? am) > Ms") [(5 / Look at the periodic table attached to the back of this exam. Consider the ﬁrst row of transition
metal atoms, i.e., Sc through Zn. Using your knowledge of the electronic structure of atoms (their
electronic configurations) and the organization of the periodic table, which of these 10 atoms
should you expect to be paramagnetic and which should you expect to be diamagnetic? MMMWWi/b M Problem # 4 (worth [0 %) Problem # 5 “(worth 5 %) (a) What should you expect the geometric structure of phosphine, PH3, to be? If there are
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its dipole moment. Indicate the axis of its dipole moment vector by drawing a line through the
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example, argon is almost always inert to reaction. Should you therefore expect Art to be inert or
chemically reactive? Why? _\ RAW 11/ e. m” swarm/z» rmcmee [a dire 775547
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Be. What is this family of elements called? AAMLM: ﬂﬁﬂ (202 AM/ [(53 What is characteristic about the valence electronic configuration of this Group? 3’—
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nm (where A 2: Angstroms and nm =nanometers)?  ngths of visibl light are nearest to (1) 30 times, (2) 0.01 times, (3) the same as,
(5) 2,000 times or (6) 11,000 times larger than the physical size of a typical small (c) The bond strength of H2 is nearest to l) 100 kcal/mol (2) 2,000 kJ/mole, (3)200 kcal/mole, (4) 2 eV, (5) 200 kJ/mole, or (6) 10 kcal/mo  (d) The bond order of carbon—carbon bonds in benzene is (1) 0, (2) l, 4) 2, (5) 5/2, or
(6) 3? (e) The energy of e  ~ transitions in molecules are typically nearest to (1) 12 eV, (2) 1 eV,
(3) 100 kcal/mole, t 5) 80 eV, or (6) 50 eV? (f) The energy of nuclear transitions are typically nearest to (2) 103 eV, (3) 10'1 eV,
(4) 20,000 kcal/mole, or (5) 100 MeV? v Problem # 8 (worth 5 % credit) Complete. the following nuclear reactions: l (a) 7N14+2He4 > 3017 + 1H ? ftofi/V
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(that is, wider) will this box (with the same particle in it) have to be expanded in order for the same transition to emit radiation at the frequency of an AM radio (106 secrl)? Problem # 10 (worth % credit) 2 L 31"
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wavefunctions) of all allowed orbitals (states) from n=l through n=3. Label all of them with their
quantum numbers (n, 1, m1, but not ms). as well as their orbital ( ., 23) designations. a we! or: EQuMLeNT r. [0 *l '2
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