Part h indicate the number of unpaired electrons in

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Part HIndicate the number of unpaired electrons in it.Express your answer as an integer.
CorrectExercise 9.62How many valence electrons are in each of the following elements?Part AExpress your answer as an integer.Ba
CorrectPart CExpress your answer as an integer.ANSWER:CorrectPart DExpress your answer as an integer.
CorrectExercise 9.76Use the periodic table to identify the element with the following electron configuration.Part ASpell out the full name of the element.s1
CorrectPart BSpell out the full name of the element.4s2d10
CorrectPart C3Be2Se
[Ne]3s1
[Kr]54s2d10
[Xe]6s2
Spell out the full name of the element.ANSWER:CorrectPart DSpell out the full name of the element.ANSWER:CorrectExercise 9.28Part AChoose the correct trend in ionization energy.ANSWER:CorrectPart BChoose the correct trend in atomic size.
Choose the correct trend in metallic character.
[Kr]545s2d10p3antimonyionization energies increase going across a row in the periodic table from left to right; it decreases going down a columnionization energies increase going across a row in the periodic table from left to right; it increases going down a columnionization energies decrease going across a row in the periodic table from left to right; it decreases going down a columnionization energies decrease going across a row in the periodic table from left to right; it increases going down a columnatomic size increases down a group; it increases across a period from left to rightatomic size decreases down a group; it decreases across a period from left to rightatomic size increases down a group; it decreases across a period from left to rightatomic size decreases down a group; it increases across a period from left to right
CorrectExercise 9.80Part AArrange the following elements in order of decreasing ionization energy.Rank values from highest to lowest. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.ANSWER:CorrectExercise 9.84Part AArrange the following elements in order of decreasing atomic size.Rank values from biggest to smallest atomic size. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.
CorrectExercise 9.88

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