Past Exam for CHEM 101 - HNR-FUND OF CHEMISTRY I at Texas A&M (A&M)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 2
University:Texas A&M University
Term:Fall 2008
  • Positive Value
  • Polar Bonds
  • Carbon Atoms
  • No Molecules
  • Total Number
  • Atomic Number
  • Electron Affinity
  • Redox Reaction
  • Single Bond
  • Configuration
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(5 pts.) 1.) Indicate which of the following species has the smallest radius and which has the largest: 2.5 8 S2 C l C l K + S Ave. Score Largest Smallest (5 pts.) 2.) The following are putative valence electron orbital occupation diagrams for the sulfur atom. Indicate with a "G" the one configuration that corresponds to the ground-state, with an "E" the configurations that correspond to possible excited states, and with an "I" the configurations (if any) that are impossible. 3.6 E G I E E (10 pts.) 3.) Many atomic properties and periodic trends can be demonstrated by considering only the first three elements in the periodic table. Arrange the following atoms and ions from smallest to largest size and from smallest to largest first 1ionization energy (IE ): 5.1 H H e H e L i L i L i++2+ Increasing Size: Li < Li < He < He < H < Li2+ + + 1Increasing IE : Li < H < He < He < Li < Li ...

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