11-9 - See page 991. 4. Explain the electron-sea model for...

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Chemistry 106 Quiz Thursday, April 1 st , 2010 1. Draw and label the essential parts of a Downs cell. Be sure to provide the equations that correspond to the actions taking place at the anode and cathode. See page 989. 2. Draw and label the essential parts of the Hall process. In your diagram, circle the product that this process was invented to produce. See page 989.
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3. Draw and label an electrolysis cell for refining copper.
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Unformatted text preview: See page 991. 4. Explain the electron-sea model for metallic bonding and name at least 3 metallic properties this model explains. See page 992. Example properties: Luster or shine High conductivity of heat and electricity Malleable Ductile Close-packed structure 5. Fill in the following flowchart and define the terms you provide. HOMOGENEOUS ALLOYS (a) (b) (c) See pages 995-996....
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11-9 - See page 991. 4. Explain the electron-sea model for...

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