Problem set 2 - CHEMISTRY 120A Inorganic Chemistry Fall...

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1 CHEMISTRY 120A – Inorganic Chemistry – Fall 2010 PROBLEM SET 2 Due Friday, November 12 th 2010 at 11 am in Pacific Hall 4100G Guidelines (Please Read Carefully): Please include this top page in your homework to facilitate the grading of your problem sets and the assignment of grades. Please write clearly (especially your name, student ID and email address). Use additional sheets if necessary. Please bring your UCSD ID with you when you hand in the problem set. Be prepared to sign-out on your problem set to receive credit. Thank you! Question 1 ________/ 10 Question 2 ________/ 10 Question 3 ________/ 50 Question 4 ________/ 30 Question 5 ________/ 30 Question 6 ________/ 20 NAME: ______ Answer Key _____________________ SECTION: ______________________________ PID: ___________________________________ UCSD Email Address: _____________________________ TOTAL / 150
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2 Question 1 (10 Points): Name the following compounds and indicate the oxidation state of the transition-metal atoms with Roman numerals: a. Mo(NH 3 ) 3 (CO) 3 triaminetricarbonylmolybdenum(0) b. [CoBr 2 (en) 2 ]NO 3 dibromobis(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III) nitrate c. [V(OH 2 ) 6 ] 4+ hexaquavanadium(IV) d. RuCl 2 (NH 3 ) 4 tetraaminedichlororuthenium(II) e. CrCl 3 trichlorochromium(III) f. Ni(CO) 4 tetracarbonylnickel(0)
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