3a.Lec03E2W10 - Chem.125/126: Jan.28 - Feb.2 Preparation...

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Chem.125/126: Jan.28 - Feb.2 Agenda One hour discussion of E1(Questions, p.52) Two hours of E2; E2 = two session 5 hour lab Preparation for E2 Pre-lab report (p.67) for E2 completed E2 pre-lab reading completed Discussion Preparation Refer to the E1 discussion grading rubricks,pp. 50-51 Refer to the discussion information, page 238 Prepare Powerpoint presentation 1A VIIIA 1 H 1s 1 IIA IIIA IVA VA VIA VIIA 2 He 2 3 Li 2s 1 4 Be 2s 2 5 B 2s 2 2p 1 6 C 2 2 7 N 2 3 8 O 2 4 9 F 2 5 10 Ne 2 6 11 Na 3s 1 12 Mg 3s 2 IIIB IVB VB VIB VI B VIIIB ! VIIIB IB IIB 13 Al 3s 2 3p 1 14 Si 2 2 15 P 2 3 16 S 2 4 17 Cl 2 5 18 Ar 2 6 19 K 4s 1 20 Ca 4s 2 21 Sc 3d 1 4s 2 22 Ti 3d 2 2 23 V 3d 3 2 24 Cr 3d 5 1 25 Mn 3d 5 2 26 Fe 3d 6 2 27 Co 3d 7 2 28 Ni 3d 8 2 29 Cu 3d 4s 1 30 Zn 3d 4s 2 31 Ga 2 4p 1 32 Ge 2 2 33 As 2 3 34 Se 2 4 35 Br 2 5 36 Kr 2 6 37 Rb 5s 1 38 Sr 5s 2 39 Y 4d 1 5s 2 40 Zr 4d 2 2 41 Nb 4d 3 2 42 Mo 4d 5 1 43 Tc 4d 5 2 44 Ru 4d 7 1 45 Rh 4d 8 1 46 Pd 4d 47 Ag 4d 5s 1 48 Cd 4d 5s 2 49 In 2 5p 1 50 Sn 2 2 51 Sb 2 3 52 Te 2 4 53 I 2 5 54 Xe 2 6 55 Cs 6s 1 56 Ba 6s 2 57 La* 5d 1 6s 2 Hf 5d 2 2 Ta 5d 3 2 74 W 5d 4 2 Re 5d 5 2 Os 5d 6 2 Ir 5d 7 2 78 Pt 5d 9 1 79 Au 5d 6s 1 80 Hg 5d 6s 2 81 Tl 2 6p 1 Pb 2 2 Bi 2 3 Po 2 4 85 At 2 5 86 Rn 2 6 87 Fr 7s 1 88 Ra 7s 2 89 Ac # 6d 1 7s 2 104 6d 2 2 105 6d 3 2 106 + 6d 4 2 107 6d 5 2 108 6d 6 2 109 6d 7 2 + Element synthesized, but no official name assigned Discussion and Data Trends Look for patterns within families (columns) Look for patterns across groups of families (pre- transition, transition, post-transition) E2: Solution Color Session 1: Two Hour Lab Agenda* Complete Part 1(Solution preparation) Complete Part 2 Prepare Part 4 (Solution dilutions) or start Part 3 as indicated by GSI * See Student Information Sheet on Ctools. Session 2: Three Hour Lab Agenda Complete Parts 3, 4, and 5 E2 Goals the position of the metal ion’s element in the periodic table? the metal ion’s electron configuration? (See Figure 3, p. 228) the metal ion’s ionic radius? (Ionic Sizes, p. 261) Visible light interactions? Is salt solution color predictable based on: Part 1. Preparation and Color of Solutions 1 H+ Hydroge IIIA IVA VA 3 Li+ Lithium 4 Be Beryl ium Na+ Sodium Mg2+ Magnesium IIIB IVB VB VIB VIIB VIIIB ! VIIIB IB IIB Al3+ Aluminum K+ Potassium Ca2+ Calcium Sc Scandium Ti Titanium V Vanadium Cr3+ Chromium Mn Manganese Fe 3+ Iron Co2+ Cobalt Ni2+ Nickel Cu2+ Copper Zn2+ Zinc Ga Galium Ge Germanium Rb Rubidium Sr2+ Strontium Y Yitrium Zr Zircon- ium Nb Niobium Mo Molyb- denum Tc Technetium Ru Ruthenium Rh Rhodium Pd Pal adium Ag+ Silver Cd2+ Cadmium In Iridium Sn 2+ Tin Sb Antimony Cs Cesium Ba2+
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3a.Lec03E2W10 - Chem.125/126: Jan.28 - Feb.2 Preparation...

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