CH 6 CHM 1025 KEY-1

CH 6 CHM 1025 KEY-1 - or Rb i. Ba or F j. S or S 2-4. In...

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CH 6: Examples CHM 1025 1. Write the chemical symbol, group #, include a group common-name if applicable, # valence electrons, draw the electron dot structure Element Chemical Symbol Group # Common-name # Valence Electrons Electron Dot Structure Chlorine Cl 7A halogen 7 Phosphorus P 5A 5 Argon Ar 0 Noble gas 8 Oxygen O 6A 6 Boron B 3A 3 Nitrogen N 5A 5 Carbon C 4A 4 Iodine I 7A halogen 7 Sulfur S 6A 6 2. Label the following as Main-group or transition metals, then include a group common- name if applicable 1
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Element Chemical Symbol Main group or transition metal Common-name Iron Fe T Sodium Na M Alkali metal Strontium Sr M Alkaline earth metal Copper Cu T Potassium K M Alkali metal Molybdenum Mo T Calcium Ca M Alkaline earth metal 3. In each of the following pairs, circle the element or ion with the largest atomic radius a. Boron or Fluorine b. Lithium or Beryllium 2
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c. Cesium or Sulfur d. Ca or Ca 2+ e. Br or Br - f. Oxygen or Iodine g. Nitrogen or Carbon h. Li
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Unformatted text preview: or Rb i. Ba or F j. S or S 2-4. In each of the following pairs, circle the element or ion with the greatest ionization energy a. Boron or Fluorine b. Lithium or Beryllium c. Cesium or Sulfur d. Ca 2+ or Ca e. Oxygen or Iodine f. Nitrogen or Carbon g. Li or Rb h. Ba or F i. Mg or Mg 2+ j. Fe 3+ or Fe 2+ 5. In each of the following pairs, circle the element with the greatest metallic character a. Li or S b. Sr or Ca c. Cs or B 3 d. Cl or I e. C or F f. Be or Rb g. Co or P h. Fe or Ba i. Zr or Cd j. O or Zn Remember the trends of the periodic table and how they coincide with each other 4 F F Atomic radius Metallic character Electronegativity Electron Affinity Cs Atomic radius Metallic character Electronegativity Electron Affinity...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course CHEM 1025 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Valencia.

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CH 6 CHM 1025 KEY-1 - or Rb i. Ba or F j. S or S 2-4. In...

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