Chem Assignment 2

Chem Assignment 2 - Chem 266 Assignment 2 Question 1.17.1...

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Chem 266 Assignment 2 Question 1.17.1 Select the ions below which possess the electron configuration of a nobel gas. Cl - S 2- Br + F Question 1.19.2 Give the formal charge on the indicated atoms. Note: use the letter "p" for a plus sign and "m" for a minus sign. Sulfur Oxygen Blue Carbon Blue Hydrogen Question 1.21.4 Write the molecular formula for the compound below. Note: no subscripts are necessary. Formula = Question 1.22.2 Consider the molecules below and select the statement which applies and The two formulas represent different compounds which are constitutional isomers. The two formulas represent different compounds that are not isomeric. The two formulas represent the same compound. Question 1.22.6 Consider the molecules below and select the statement which applies and The two formulas represent different compounds which are constitutional isomers. The two formulas represent the same compound. The two formulas represent different compounds that are not isomeric. Question 1.22.10 Consider the molecules below and select the statement which applies and The two formulas represent different compounds which are constitutional isomers.
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The two formulas represent different compounds that are not isomeric. The two formulas represent the same compound.
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course CHEM 233 taught by Professor Daub during the Spring '09 term at Waterloo.

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Chem Assignment 2 - Chem 266 Assignment 2 Question 1.17.1...

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