Some useful things to know for 301 Exam 2

Some useful things to know for 301 Exam 2 - Some useful...

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Some useful things to know for Exam 2: GENERAL concepts from Exam 1 are used in Exam 2 but not examined directly: shapes of atomic orbitals, the Aufbau diagrams for atoms, names & symbols of elements. Chapter 2 Naming ionic and covalent compounds, including ionic compounds with a transition metal ion (the Roman numeral notation). KNOW THE POLYATOMIC IONS LISTED IN TABLE 2.5. Chapter 3: Be able to find molar masses and convert g, moles, numbers of molecules/formula units/atoms. Be able to find % composition for a compound. Know the procedure to work backwards from % composition to find the empirical formula and, if given the MW, be able to then get the molecular formula. Be able to balance equations. Chapter 13: Be able to draw a Lewis dot structure for an atom of any representative element. Ionic vs. Covalent Bonding: How do the physical properties differ? (melting point and boiling point (MP&BP), conductivity, solubility in polar and non-polar solvents, etc. Ionic Bonding: Be able to write ion electron configurations: Know the rules for the order of the orbitals electrons are removed from to form positive
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2010 for the course CH 301 taught by Professor Fakhreddine/lyon during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas.

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