AtomicRadii

AtomicRadii - CP CHEMISTRY MR. CANOVA LAB: ATOMIC RADII

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CP CHEMISTRY MR. CANOVA LAB: ATOMIC RADII Students: Please read the following information given below, and then come to class on your  lab day with the following already prepared in your notebooks: 1) Date, 2) Partner, 3) Title, 4) Purpose, 5) Materials, 6) Safety, and 7) Procedures  (no observations section is needed)    For this lab, an excel graph will be made using atomic radii data that is given below.  This data  will be used to graph atomic radius vs. atomic number.   No formal report necessary. Questions on the last page need to be printed out.  You will hand in these questions and the  graph one week after the completion of the lab. Unlike a ball, an atom doesn't have a fixed radius. The radius of an atom can only be found by measuring the distance between the nuclei of two touching atoms, and then halving that distance. Students, you need to place the following chart into your data section and fill in the missing information before coming to class. Table 6.1 Name Symbol Atomic # Atomic Radii (pm) Hydrogen 30 Helium DO NOT FILL IN LEAVE BLANK Lithium 156 Beryllium 113 Boron 83 Carbon 77 Nitrogen 70 Oxygen 66 Fluorine 62 Neon DO NOT FILL IN LEAVE BLANK Sodium 191
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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AtomicRadii - CP CHEMISTRY MR. CANOVA LAB: ATOMIC RADII

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