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Copyright, Arizona State University General Organic Chemistry II CHM 234 Lecture Notes for Spring 2012 Ian R. Gould, instructor H 1 1.0079 hydrogen Li 3 6.941 lithium Na 11 22.990 sodium K 19 39.098 potassium Rb 37 85.468 rubidium Be 4 9.012 beryl ium Mg 12 24.306 magnesium Ca 20 40.078 calcium Sr 38 87.62 strontium Sc 21 44.956 scandium Y 39 yt rium Ti 22 47.867 titanium Zr 40 91.224 zirconium V 23 50.942 vanadium Nb 41 92.906 niobium Cr 24 51.996 chromium Mo 42 95.94 molybdenum Mn 25 54.938 manganese Tc 43 [98.91] technetium Fe 26 55.845 iron Ru 44 101.07 ruthenium Co 27 39.098 cobalt Rh 45 85.468 rhodium Ni 28 58.693 nickel Pd 46 106.42 pal adium Cu 29 63.546 copper Ag 47 107.87 silver Zn 30 65.39 zinc Cd 48 112.41 cadmium B 5 10.811 boron Al 13 26.912 aluminium Ga 31 69.723 gal ium In 49 114.818 indium C 6 12.0107 carbon Si 14 28.086 silicon Ge 32 72.61 germanium Sn 50 118.71 tin 88.906 F 9 18.998 fluorine Cl 17 35.453 chlorine Br 35 79.904 bromine I 53 126.904 iodine Ne 10 20.180 neon
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course CHM 234 taught by Professor Iangould during the Spring '12 term at Appalachian State.

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