Workshop 5 - electron from one atom to another 3 Explain...

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Workshop #5 Chem 1A Fall 2010 1. The following orbital diagram corresponds to an atom in the -2 oxidation state. Identify the atom and give the electron configuration (in [Ar]5s x 4d y 5p z format) of the +2 oxidation state of that atom. 5s 4d 5p [Kr] 2. The following data are for imaginary elements Ix, Jy, and Kz. Element IE 1 (kJ/mol) e - A(kJ/mol) Ix 352 -56 Jy 1762 -291 Kz 1597 -164 a. From which atom is it easiest to remove an electron? b. Which atom is best able to retain an additional electron? c. Which pair of atoms is most likely to form an ionic bond by transferring an
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Unformatted text preview: electron from one atom to another? 3. Explain the differences in lattice energies (E lattice ) for the following ionic compounds. a. MgO (E lattice = -3890 kJ/mol) vs. NaCl (E lattice = -785 kJ/mol) b. BaO (E lattice = -3504 kJ/mol) vs. MgO (E lattice = -3890 kJ/mol) 4. Arrange the following atoms in order of increasing size. a. Hf, Pt, Cs, Pb, Rn b. Ra, Sr, Be 5. List the following elements in terms of increasing Z eff . Mo, Ru, Zr, Sr, Cd, In, Pd...
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