Module 2 Unit 3 Assignment F

Module 2 Unit 3 Assignment F - what contains tin fluoride...

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MODULE 2 UNIT 3 Assignment Part F 1. Indicate the type of bonding (ionic or cavalent) for each of the following compounds. a) NaCl ionic b) SiCl 4 ionic c) MgO ionic d) PbF 2 ionic e) e) Asl 3 ionic 5 marks 2. Glass is not an ionic compound. Which of the properties of glass would convince you that it isn’t an ionic compound? It’s hardness and brittleness. 2 marks 3. If fluorine is so dangerous an element, how can we safely use toothpaste
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Unformatted text preview: what contains tin fluoride (II), SnF 2 ? The answer lies in the electronic structure. Fluorine is reactive because of the electrons in its valence. But once those electrons are lost, once ions are formed there is no more reactivity. 4 marks Total 11 marks Total for Assignment Module 2 Unit 3: 61 marks Submission Instructions Submit your assignment (in Microsoft Word format) using the drop box....
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course CHEM 1 taught by Professor Bielecka during the Spring '11 term at Georgian.

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