CHEM103-EXII-practice0 - Name _ Chemistry 103 Spring 08...

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Name ______________________________ Chemistry 103 Spring ‘08 EXAM II 100 points 1. (20pts/2pts) Provide a name or a chemical formula for the following compounds: a. barium hydroxide __________________________ b. hydrogen peroxide __________________________ c. Fe 3 (PO 4 ) 2 __________________________ d. HCl (aq) __________________________ e. dinitrogen trioxide __________________________ f. calcium nitride _________________________ g. Cu 2 SO 4 _________________________ h. iron (III) carbonate _________________________ i. AlCl 3 _________________________ j. P 4 O 6 __________________________ 2. (10pts) Write the full electron configuration, the abbreviated electron configuration and the boxed diagram representation for germanium (Ge, Z=32). Full configuration(4pts) __________________________________________________ Abbreviated configuration(2pts)___________________________ Box (Orbital) Diagram (4pts) (Valence Electrons ONLY!!!):
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3. (12pts) Draw the Lewis Dot Diagram for each of the following (include Resonance structures where appropriate): a. (3pts) CH 3 OH b. (3pts) MgCl 2 c. (6pts) CaSO 3
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4). Word Problems (18 points/6points each)
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2010 for the course CHEM 103 taught by Professor Robinson during the Spring '10 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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