Ch 9 Example Problems

Ch 9 Example Problems - HODSON CHE 1301 Petrucci Ch9...

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HODSON CHE 1301 Petrucci Ch9 Example Problems The following problems are taken from old exams ...... 1
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The  transition  elements  refer to what  group of  elements?  
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1) 
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_______ 
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lanthanides  
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s - block elements  
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actinides  
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d - block elements  
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p - block elements    
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Which of the  following  could never  be  isoelectronic  species?  
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2) 
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atoms of two different  elements  
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anions of two different  elements  
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an anion and a cation  
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cations of two different  elements  
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an anion and an atom    
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The ion  represented  as         Ti 4 +  has:  
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3) 
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