CH 6 CHM 1025-1 - energy a Boron or Fluorine b Lithium or...

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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 Phosphorus Argon Oxygen Boron Nitrogen Carbon Iodine Sulfur 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 Sodium Strontium Copper Potassium Molybdenum Calcium 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 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
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Unformatted text preview: energy a. Boron or Fluorine b. Lithium or Beryllium c. Cesium or Sulfur d. Ca or Ca 2+ e. Br or Br-f. Oxygen or Iodine g. Nitrogen or Carbon h. Li or Rb i. Ba or F j. S or S 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. I or Cl 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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