HW04 - HW04 Q1 Which of the following neutral atoms is...

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HW04 Q1 Which of the following neutral atoms is stable, i.e., tends not to undergo reactions? a. H b. O c. Ne d. Na Q2 Which of the following is an INCORRECT statement concerning numbers of valence shell electrons? 1. H has 1 valence shell electron. 2. Oxygen has 8 valence shell electrons. 3. N has 5 valence shell electrons. 4. C has 4 valence shell electrons. Q3 If the Lewis symbol for an element is , X could be which one of the following elements? a. P b. S c. Cl d. Mg
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Q4 Which of the following statements concerning atoms becoming stable by attaining inert gas electron structures is INCORRECT? a. In a sample of Mg metal, the Mg atom attains an inert gas structure by delocalizing valence electrons. b. Mg and Br atoms would each attain inert gas structure by Mg transferring valence electrons to one or more Br atoms. c. In a sample of bromine, Br atoms attain inert gas structures by sharing one or more pairs of electrons. d.
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course CHEM 83 taught by Professor Bonk,j during the Fall '08 term at Duke.

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HW04 - HW04 Q1 Which of the following neutral atoms is...

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