Chem 2 M3 FA KEY

Chem 2 M3 FA KEY - Midterm 3 Exam Form A CHEM 002 Fall 2007...

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Midterm 3 Exam, Form A, CHEM 002 Fall, 2007. (Chapters 12, 13 and 14) Name: _________________________  Date: ____________ 1) Which orbital designation listed below has 5 total nodes, 5 radial nodes and no  angular nodes? a)  4d     b)   6p    c)   6s d)   5s    e)   Answer not given.      2) A hydrogen atom in its ground state (i.e. n=1) is excited when irradiated with  monochromatic radiation whose frequency,  , is 3.08x10 15  s -1 . Will this excitation  cause the ground state electron to transition to the n=5 state?   a) Yes b)   No c)   Not enough information given to answer question.   3) Which atom will be attracted most strongly to a magnetic field (i.e. greatest  magnetism)?
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