It is possible to produce chlorine gas by electrolyzing any of these chlorine

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44. It is possible to produce chlorine gas by electrolyzing any of these chlorine-containing compounds under the proper conditions. Which compound will require the smallest number of coulombs to produce one mole of chlorine? (A) Ca(OCl)2(B) NaClO2(C) KClO3(D) Mg(ClO4)2 45. A monatomic species that has 18 electrons and a net charge of 2¯ has 46. Based on its electron configuration, the element that is most similar in chemical properties to selenium is 47. How many electrons in a silver atom have n = 3 and l = 2 ? 48. The neutral atom with the largest radius is (A) K
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(B) Mg (C) As (D) Br 49. Which of these electron diagrams could represent the ground state of the p valence electrons of carbon? 50. All of these molecules are polar except 51. Which species contains a central atom with sp2hybridization? 52. Electrostatic forces between oppositely charges are greatest in 53. Which substance has the lowest boiling point? (A) HCl (B) H2S (C) PH3(D) SiH454. How do the magnitudes of the H-N-H bond angles vary in these species? 55. Which molecule has the greatest bond energy
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56. Which formula most likely represents an alkene? 57. All of these classes of compounds contain a carbonyl functional group except (A) carboxylic acids. (B) amides. (C) ethers. (D) ketones. 58. How many different compounds have the formula C5H12? 59. An ester is formed by the reaction between 60. Which of these is formed by condensation polymerization? I. Nylon II. Teflon® Return to 1996 Local Section Test
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# Ans. # Ans. # Ans. 1. B 21. D 41. C 2. D 22. D 42. A 3. A 23. C 43. D 4. C 24. C 44. A 5. A 25. B 45. A 6. B 26. A 46. D 7. B 27. C 47. C 8. D 28. A 48. A 9. A 29. C 49. D 10. B 30. B 50. B 11. C 31. D 51. C 12. B 32. B 52. B 13. A 33. D 53. D 14. D 34. D 54. A 15. D 35. A 55. A 16. A 36. C 56. C 17. C 37. A 57. C 18. D 38. B 58. B 19. D 39. D 59. D 20. B 40. B 60. A
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