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Test Review - Atomic St II

Test Review - Atomic St II - 10 Complete the following...

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Atomic Theory Unit Review SCH 4U Name ________________ Answer the following questions based on your notes and the text readings. 1. Describe what happens to the colour of the photon as electrons fall from higher orbitals after excitation. 2. Outline each of the quantum numbers possible for the outer electron in titanium. 3. In another universe, it is discovered that the value for l are 0 to n+1. Determine the number orientations of their p-orbital. 4. Construct 3D diagrams for all the common nitrogen-oxygen anions. 5. Outline the main types of hybridization between s and p orbitals. 6. Predict the hybridization when scandium combines with a non-metal 7. What is the hybridization between iron and chromium in stainless steel? 8. Why is it impossible to form a diatomic carbon? 9. Explain the significance of VSEPR with respect to bonding.
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Unformatted text preview: 10. Complete the following chart in your notes: Shape Name Bond Angles Shape Diagram Example Linear Trigonal Planar Bent Tetrahedral Trigonal Bipyramid Octahedral Pyramidal (tetrah.) 11. Explain why a stream of water is attracted to a charged rod. 12. What effect does the formation of a coordinate covalent bond have on the polarity of ammonia in it’s conversion to ammonium. 13. Explain the reason that Br 2(g) has a lower boiling point that ethanol, even though ethanol has fewer electrons? 14. Why would a candle be deformed while a salt is crushed when trampled by a bull. 15. When Stewie and Olivia’s house of dreams went up in flames, did the salt on the stove or the play dough melt first? 16. Using the “sea of Electrons” model, why does a metal conduct electricity?...
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