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Chem 101 Review for Exam 1

by: Megan Lester

Chem 101 Review for Exam 1 101

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These are notes taken at the exam review session given by Michael Finnegan for his chem 101 exam 1
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Megan Lester on Thursday February 5, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to 101 at Washington State University taught by Michael Finnegan in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 64 views. For similar materials see Chemistry in Chemistry at Washington State University.


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Date Created: 02/05/15
Chem Review for exam 1 Chapter 1 o g Cer39how many 0 Protons I 24 o Neutrons I 28 o Electrons I 22 0 Write the symbol for an ion with 16 protons 15 neutrons and 18 electrons o i sz o How many orbitals are present in o The 4p subshell I 3 o The 3rd shell I 9 1s 3p 5d 0 Write the complete configuration for 0 Aluminum I 132 232 2196332 3p1 0 The oxide ion 0239 I 132 232 2p6 0 Calcium ion Ca2 I 132 232 2196332 3p6 0 Calcium Ca I 132 232 2196332 3196432 0 Write the orbital diagram for o Cobah 39 Ar 0 N 0 Nx Nx l l 04s 03d 0 Clthechlorine ion 39 Ne N 0 Nx N N 03s 03p How many valance electrons are present in O O O O Strontium I 2 Carbon I 4 Phosphorus I 5 Gold I 11 Cesium I 1 Argon I 8 Titanium I 4 Iodine I 7 Write the complete election configuration for V I Ar 4323d3 5valance elections N I Ar 4323d8 10 valance elections Zn 0 I Ar 4323d1 2valance elections What is the most common monatomic ion formed by O 0 Potassium I K Nitrogen I N3 Barium I Ba2 Bromine I Br Chapter 3 worksheet 2 Name he following 0 C0P04 I Cobaltphosphate N205 I dinitrogen pentoxide 5129203 I Strontium thiosulfate LizS I Lithiumsulfide 0 Write the formulas for o Barium oxalate I BC204 o Chloriteion I Cl0239 o Nitrous acid I HN02 Cobalt oxide I C0203 C030239 o Aluminumbromide I AlBr3 Al3Br39 o Nametheseacids O o HCN I Hydrocyanic acid 0 H2504 I Sulfuric acid 0 H3P04 I Phosphoric acid 0 How many valance elections are present in o PCl3 I Se 3 7e 263 0 03 I 6e 3 6e Ze 263 0 N02 I Se 2 6e le 186 0 write the Lewis structure that corresponds to this condensed structure 0 CH3CHCH3C0CH2NCH32 o CH3CCH32C00CH2CHCHCH3 0 Show the direction of the polarity on the following bonds I AEN o C Br 03 o O H 14 o N S 12 o S F 15 o B CI 10 0 Rank these bonds in order of increasing polarity o C BrltB CIltN SltO HltS F


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