Chapter+2+Study+Guide - Study Guide Chapter 2 Continued •...

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Study Guide- Chapter 2 Know the arrangement of subshells in terms of increasing energy. What are the electron configurations for carbon, silicon and germanium? How do they differ from other metals? What is meant by the term sp 3 hybridization? What is an Arrhenius process? Graphically, show the relationship with rate as a function of temperature for an Arrhenius process. How is the activation energy determined for such a process? What are the three primary bonds? For an ionic material, compare the bond force and bond energy curves.
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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide- Chapter 2, Continued • What are the origins of attraction and repulsion in an ionic material? • What is Young’s modulus? How is it related to the bond force curve? • How does CTE relate to the bond energy curve? • Know how to calculate the relationship between coordination number and critical radius ratio. • What does the term secondary bonding mean? How does it compare with primary bonds? What are examples of secondary bonds? • Know all the definitions on page 55 of the text....
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course MSE 2001 taught by Professor Tannebaum during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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Chapter+2+Study+Guide - Study Guide Chapter 2 Continued •...

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