Part J Electronic Configuration, Periodic Table and periodic trends 4 slides per page

Lif en 31 ionic cpmd hf en 2 covalent cpmd 11 1282014

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Unformatted text preview: ns of the other atom – EN is used to describe atomic and molecular properties, such as polarity, polarizability, bond strength etc. LiF (∆EN = 3.1), ionic cpmd HF (∆EN = 2), covalent cpmd 11 1/28/2014 Electronegativity • Arrange these elements based on decreasing electronegativity – Ge, Bi, N, O, Cl, Rb • Write the thermochemical equation accompanying each of the following thermochemical data. a) b) c) d) e) ∆Hfo , NaCl(s) Bond Energy, Cl2(g) IE1, Na(g) ∆Hsublimation, Na(s) Electron Affinity, Cl(g) - 411 kJ/mol 240 kJ/mol 496 kJ/mol 108 kJ/mol -349 kJ/mol • Calculate the ∆Hlattice for the reaction: Na+(g) + Cl-(g) NaCl(s) using the values above. 12...
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