SB_Chem6C_S10_Exam 3 Review

SB_Chem6C_S10_Exam 3 Review - Chemistry 6C: Exam 3 Review...

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Chemistry 6C: Exam 3 Review
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Chemistry 6C: Exam 3 Review General reac)vity Bonding among atoms of a given element Allotropism Bonding with non‐metals (ionic/p.covalent/covalent – σ / π bonding?± Bonding with metals (metallic, polar covalent/ionic± Hydrides (ionic, covalent, metallic± Acid‐base behavior of oxides Redox behavior (reducing? oxidizing? common oxida)on states?± Diagonal rela)onships: Li/Mg; B/Al, Interes)ng compounds: diborane, silicate minerals, silicone polymers, oxides and oxoacids of N, P, S, and halogens, interhalogen compounds, xenon fluorides and oxides
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Chemistry 6C: Exam 3 Review 1. Consider how the elements are found in nature (Which are “free”? Which have allotropic forms?) and commercial uses. 2. Determine which of two main-group elements has: the more metallic character; the higher ionization energy; the larger atomic radius; the higher electronegativity; consider also the types of bonding, oxide acid-base properties, and redox behaviors.
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course CHEM 6C taught by Professor Hoeger during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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SB_Chem6C_S10_Exam 3 Review - Chemistry 6C: Exam 3 Review...

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