Chemistry: Chapter 6 Test
Match each item with the correct statement below.
b. ionization energy
c. atomic radius
e. transition metal
periodic law (ab
THE ARITHMETIC OF EQUATIONS
Calculate the amount of reactants required or product formed in a nonchemical process
Interpret balanced chemical equations in terms of interacting moles, representative particles, ma
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HONORS PHYSICS 1
Solve the following and answer using the correct significant figures. Zeroes are significant in these
problems and G = 6.67 x 10-11Nm2/ kg2. Use Given, Required, Solution and Box Answer as format (1
Ionic Bonds Practice
1. Fill in the missing information on the chart.
# of Protons
2. Draw each of the following ionic bonds:
a) Sodium + Chlorine
b) Magnesium + Iodine
c) Sodium + Oxyge
The structure of the three allotropes of carbon (diamond and graphite),
silicon and silicon dioxide (silica)
It is possible for many atoms to link up to form a giant covalent
structure or lattice.
The structures of giant covalent structure are usually b
Define anode, cathode, galvanic cell, emf:
a) Which electrode is anode?
b) Which electrode is cathode?
c) Draw the flow of electrons in the
d) Write down half-cell reactions & net
e) What is X and its role?
f) Write down the cell diagr
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'7. A length of glass tubing is 0.525 m. How many inches long
is the tubing? (2.54 cm = 1 inch)
2. 1 liter is:
0.0133 inches 0.20? inches