Ch 3 more Atoms and Electrons

Ch 3 more Atoms and Electrons - More Chapter 3 Problems...

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More Chapter 3 Problems Chemistry 101 Dr. Nielson 1. Explain why s orbitals are filled before p orbitals. 2. What are the 3 rules for how orbitals are filled with electrons? 3. Write orbital diagrams for the following elements: a. N b. Mg 4. Write electron configurations (spectroscopic notation) for the following: a. S b. F c. Be 5. Write abbreviated electron configurations (noble gas notation) for the following: a. Ni b. Ca c. Cl
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6. a. How many electrons does P have? b. Which orbitals do those electrons occupy? c. How many p electrons does it have? d. How many valence electrons? e. How many unpaired electrons? 7. Why are valence electrons more reactive than core electrons? 8. Give Lewis symbols for the following: a. Al b. O c. Ar 9. If electrons make the following transitions, is energy absorbed or emitted? a. 4p –> 6s b. 3d –> 3p c. 4p –> 4s d. 4f –> 5s 10. How many orbitals are in a g subshell? How many electrons are in a g subshell? 11.
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