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Assignment #3 - CH 101 Fall 2007

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1. --/3 points No Response | Show Details All Responses Notes WebAssign.net Saturday, October 20, 2007 04:17 PM EDT Logged in as [email protected] Logout Home | My Assignments | Grades | Communication | Calendar Guide | Help | My Options Home > My Assignments > Assignment #3 - CH 101 Fall 2007 (Homework) CHANG JAY T CH 101, section 007, Fall 2007 Instructor: Greg Neyhart North Carolina State University About this Assignment Due: Friday, September 7, 2007 11:59 PM EDT Current Score: 15 out of 15 Question Score Submissions Made: 2 out of 3 Submission Options Description Discovery of the Electron, Nature of Atoms and the Periodic Table Instructions This assignment asks you about some of the classic experiments in chemistry, the composition of atoms and ions, and the structure of the periodic table. This was covered in class on August 27 and 29. There are also two quantification questions. NOTE: See your score for each question, click on the blue "Question Score" link at the left. The paths of two particles, A and B, which pass between the plates of an electric field designated by '+' and '-', are shown below. One is a "cation" with a +1 charge, and the other is an "anion" with a -1 charge. The dashed line in the center represents the path of an uncharged particle. (a) Identify each particle as an anion or a cation.
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2. --/1 points No Response | Show Details All Responses Notes 3. --/1 points No Response | Show Details All Responses Notes 4. --/1 points No Response | Show Details All Responses Notes Particle A (o) (o) anion (_) (_) cation Particle B (_) (_) anion (o) (o) cation (b) What is the approximate ratio of the mass of B to the mass of A?
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