Exam5_2010_ans - Rockley Chem.1314 Fall 2005 Exam 5...

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Rockley Chem.1314 Fall 2005 Exam 5 Comprehensive Your Name: _________________________ Printed Name (all upper case) : ____________________ Your Lab Day: M T W Th F Your TA’s Name: ____________ Note: You must show all work to receive credit on problems. Problems 2-14 are worth 5 pts each – 65 pts total. Problem 1, each part is worth 3 pts except the first problem (worth only 2 pts). 1. Which of the following species has the largest radius for the n=1 shell: A. F 1- B. Cl 1- C. Br 1- D. Cs 1+ E. Li 1+ 2. Which of the following has an incorrect oxidation number for the element specified: 1. S in aluminum sulfite = +6 2. N in potassium nitrate = +5 3. Cl in hypochlorite ion = +1 4. P in phosphate ion = +5 5. Mn in permanganate ion = +7 A: 2 and 4 B. 1 only C. 1, 2 and 3 D.3 and 4 E. All are correct 3. What is the formal charge of Cl in the chlorite anion? A. - 2 B. - 1 C. 0 D. +1 E. +2 4. Which of the following is an incorrect name for the formula given: 1. Fe(ClO) 2 . Iron (II) hypochlorite 2. Al(ClO 2 ) 3 Aluminum (III) chlorite 3. CuSO 3 Copper sulfite 4. Fe(NO 2 ) 2 Ferrous nitrite 5. Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 Calcium (II) bicarbonate A. 1 and 3 B. 2 only C. 4 only D. 2,3 and 5 E. 1,4 and 5 Page 1 of 7
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Rockley Chem.1314 Fall 2005 Exam 5 Comprehensive 5. What is the hybridization of sulfur in SF 4 ? A.
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Exam5_2010_ans - Rockley Chem.1314 Fall 2005 Exam 5...

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