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CH110 SP10 SAS 1 What do the numbers on the periodic table mean? How do we name common ions, acids, etc.? Chapter 2: Nomenclature Chapter 3: Chemical Formulas Chapter 6: Energy, Atoms, Orbitals, and the Origins of the Periodic Table What is mass percent? What is a mole? What is molecular weight? What are the empirical formula and the molecular formula of a compound? What is the relationship between photons, their wavelength, their frequency, and their energy? How does all that stuff about photons help chemists to understand the nature of atoms? What is an orbital? How is it defined? What is the electron configuration of an atom? How do I represent it? How do the shape, size, and number of orbitals help me to understand the periodic table?
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Unformatted text preview: CH110 SP10 SAS 2 Chapter 7: Periodic Trends Chapter 8: Bonding and Lewis Structures What are ionization energy, electron affinity, and electronegativity? What are the trends in atomic size? How are the sizes of atoms and ions related? How do these show up in the periodic table? What are the three types of bonding? How do we describe bonding in ionic solids? How is covalent bonding described in terms of enthalpy, strength, bond order, etc.? What is a Lewis structure? What do we learn about a molecule when we see that it has more than one Lewis structure? How do you use the octet rule and its violations to help predict Lewis structures?...
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