Warm-up 4 - to the effective nuclear charge. 4. Students...

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Fall CHEM 110 Recitation 4 Recitation 4 Chapter 6 part 2 Learning Objectives 1. Students should be able to make connections between electron configurations and orbitals i.e., quantum numbers describe orbitals, orbitals, sufficiently describe where the electron is. 2. Students should understand the connection between electron location (orbital) and energy of the electron. 3. Students should be able to write the electron configuration for any main group element and any first row transition metal. 4. They should be able to give the electron configuration for ions of these elements as well. Chapter 7 Learning objectives: 1. Students should the ability to connect the structure of the atom (the electron configuration) to properties. 2. Students should be able to use the atomic structure to explain the atomic trends in sizes (of atoms an ions), ionization energy and electron affinity. 3. Students should be able to connect the trends in atomic properties (radius, ionization energy)
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Unformatted text preview: to the effective nuclear charge. 4. Students should be able to use Coulomb’s law to explain why ionization energies are always positive, why 2 nd ionization energy will always be greater than 1 st ionization energies. Chapter 8 part 1 Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize if a compound will be ionic or molecular. 2. What does it mean for an atoms or ions to be isoelectronic? What are the trends in sizes of ions? in sizes of isoelectronic ions? 3. Ionic bonding; what is the measure of the strength of an ionic bond? 4. What is lattice energy? How can one estimate the relative size of lattice energy of an ionic crystal? What experimental quantity can be used to compare lattice energies? Warm –up Questions Write the electron configurations for the following ions. Sb 3+ : In 3+ : Cu 2+ : Au + : Which neutral atom is isoelectronic with Mg 2+ , F – , Li + , S 2– ? What “trend” is noticeable here?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course CHEM 110 taught by Professor Hofmann,brucerob during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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