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2003_final - Section A 140 points Multiple Choice Circle...

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Section A. 140 points: Multiple Choice. Circle the best answer. 1. Which has the largest radius? a) He b) Li + c) Na + d) Cl e) Cl 2. In 1.0 moles of calcium nitrate, there are how many nitrogen atoms? 3. The oxidation state of nitrogen in potassium nitrate is:
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4. Which is the strongest reducing agent? 5. Some reasonable oxidation states for phosphorous are: a) 5,3,0 b) 5,2,0 c) 3,2,0 d) 3,0, -2 e) none of these 6. The bonding in H 2 is best described as:
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7. Which species does not obey the octet rule? 8. Which set of quantum numbers is forbidden? 9. The ground state of Zr has how many electron with n = 3, m = 0? a) 0 b) 2 c) 4 d) 6 e) none of these
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10. The 2p Æ 1s transition in an H atom is at ______nm. The 2p Æ 1s transition in Li 2+ will have a frequency of ______ sec -1 . The answers are, respectively, 11. Which is an acid anhydride? 12. Consider the two statements below: 1) In the He + ion the 2s and 2p states have the same energy. 2) In the Li atom the 3s energy is higher than the 3p. These statements are, respectively,
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