Biol 1406 Ch 2-4 PS Fall 2011

Biol 1406 Ch 2-4 PS - Ch 2-4 Problem Set 1 Please state the particular types of bonds that would form between each set of elements Justify your

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Ch 2-4 Problem Set 1. Please state the particular types of bonds that would form between each set of elements. Justify your answers using the electronegativity of each element. If the molecules has polar covaelent bonds, please show the distribution of charges at each pole. a) NH 3 b) NaF c) O 2 d) H 2 O 2. Using the periodic table of the elements, please draw the electron distribution diagram for Carbon. Please identify how many electrons are found in the following orbitals: 1s 2s 2p 3. Please list the different types of chemical bonds and rank them from the strongest interaction to the weakest interactions.
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4. Pure sodium, potassium, and cesium are highly reactive with water. When placed in water each of these elements reacts with water and as it does, an explosion occurs. The level of the explosion in terms of the least severe to that of most severe goes in the following manner: Sodium, Potassium, Cesium. Looking at the periodic table of the elements, give a reason as to why the explosion due
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Biol 1406 Ch 2-4 PS - Ch 2-4 Problem Set 1 Please state the particular types of bonds that would form between each set of elements Justify your

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