Ch 5 Bonding

Ch 5 Bonding - Chapter 5 Problems Chemistry 101 Dr. Nielson...

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Chapter 5 Problems Chemistry 101 Dr. Nielson 1. Give Lewis symbols for the following: a. Al b. O c. Ar 2. Why does Cl gain an electron to become Cl - ? 3. Using the periodic table, predict which anion or cation the following will form: a. Mg b. F c. H 4. Identify the ions that made up the following ionic compounds: a. Fe 2 O 3 b. AgCl c. CoF 3 5. What does it mean if two elements are isoelectronic? When are sulfur and argon isoelectronic? 6. Predict what ionic compounds will be formed from the following. If the element is not already an ion, then predict the ion it will make. a. Ca + Br -----> b. Al + O -----> c. Sr + [NO 2 ] - -----> d. [NH 4 ] + + [CO 3 ] 2- ----->
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7. Give names for the following: a. MgCl 2 b. FeCl 3 c. SnO d. CoPO 4 e. K 2 Cr 2 O 7 8. Give formulas for the following: a. Lithium Hydroxide b. Ammonium Phosphate c. Copper (II) Oxide d. Aluminum Carbonate e. Sodium Chlorate 9. Draw Lewis Structures for the following: (the center atom is underlined) (Don’t forget HONC when determining how many bonds each atom will have)
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