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MT2.f2k7.pg1 - )D/*er" is no 'aC in living organisms...

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[Fe(CN)e] KIFe(CN)6] KzlFe(CN)el *l +4 r-' a1 2o'Pb b; 2loPo 7?8 g, " 4-L i L-se;' ^ j 4a 1t' \_-_ -__" FF,'t i:,1 @ l}i3r.*xr L\ b) e) I![Fe(CN)o] 51tr+,,n"h*r' rb **b-fe -:") Midterm 2, Form D-Fall 20o7-Johnson I *d"o*f, W#rsrc Multiple Choice: ?x{ -:'b\.r'' 4 7 2. (2 pts) /'$Y* /ry "b\' . " _c)"-" t:-dy' ..., e)--' 10 b? cy 2roBi d; 2o8Pb *? .!t'J*j = i77' r. \ !:) @o t 6{9' ' ' l"-i '' u Ilj ir- q'oG -gL 1. (2 pts.) What is the name of the complex tc(e{r)21Olrr;q,1a,r, d^14"u \ diethylenediaminebis(aquachloro)chromium(Ilf chloride aquachlorobis(ethylenediamine)chromium(Il! chloride " ^ chloroaquabis(ethylenediamine)chromate(Ill) chloride aquachlorobis(ethylenediamine)chromium(Il) dichloride aquachloridebis(ethylenediamine)chromium(Ill) chloride Which of the following is the formula of potassium hexacyanofenate(Il)? 3. (3 pts.) In a living organism, the rac concentration 7@-)ontinual ly i ncreases. -Ti continually decreases. c) remains approximately constant. d) v4ries unpredictably during the lifetime of the organism.
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Unformatted text preview: )D/*er" is no 'aC in living organisms a. (a pts) Which of the following is expected to be stable? ,prxe c){,,,pii;*[)s" 5. (3 pts.) A ligand is / a Lewis base. necessary in a complex to balance the charge on the metal ion.---' used to force octahedral geometry on a metal ion. a Lewis acid. used to precipitate metal ions from aqueous solution. 6. (a pts.) Which of the following is expected to be the best oxidizing agent? ,/n\ ) 1 #c) I ,'ilq ilL_ 6\ L /cu.(ail Yr:r", ECgi-AO dI toz.(aq) e) cr2"(aq) 4 | 7. (4 pts.) The radioisotope flRt will decay through .a gf u decay. ,,t/4\ electron emission. jfAositron decay.-4$lectron capture. 1e) spontaneous fission. S. (5 pts.) In the t"U decay series, there are eight o particles and six p particles lost starting with cr emission from 238U. What is the final product? Pb...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course CHEM 6C taught by Professor Hoeger during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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