Ex1ASu04 - CHM 3610 NAME(PRINTED) PROGRESS EXAM #1 May 21,...

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CHM 3610 PROGRESS EXAM #1 May 21, 2004 NAME(PRINTED) SCORE Questions 1-25 are 6 points each for a total of 150 points. 1. Which of the following orbitals will be nonzero at the nucleus? (1) 5s (2) 5p (3) 5d (4) 5f (5) None of the orbitals in 1 through 4. 2. Which two of the s, p, or d orbitals lie in the xy plane and have xz as a nodal plane? (1) (2) 3. The symmetry, g or u, and number of nodal planes in a 5f type orbital are: 4. Circle all of the following statements that are correct for Au(#79). (1) The low melting point is due to the lanthanide contraction. (2) The small electron affinity is due to relativistic effects. (3) The first ionization potential of Au is larger than that of Ag. (4) The 6s orbital is lower in energy, ie more stable, because of relativistic effects. (5) None of the statements in 1 through 4 are correct. 5. Osmium(#76) is almost the same size as ruthenium (#44). (1) is not a true statement.
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course CHM 3610 taught by Professor Scott during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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Ex1ASu04 - CHM 3610 NAME(PRINTED) PROGRESS EXAM #1 May 21,...

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