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triammineaquodichlorochromium(iii) chloride

triammineaquodichlorochromium(iii) chloride

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School: University of Houston
Department: Air Force Science
Course: Chemistry
Professor: Hui zhao
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: Chemisrty
Cost: Free
Name: Chemistry II Week 15 Notes
Description: Transition Metals and Nonmetallic Elements and their chemical compounds
Uploaded: 04/27/2017
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What is the oxidation number of Fe in [Fe(CN)6]4?




Why is it especially dangerous to mix cyanide salts with acids?




What physical property of carborundum makes it a useful material?



CHEM 1412. Chapter 22. Nonmetallic Elements and Their Compounds(homework). Ky12 1. Hydrogen plays an important role in many industrial processes. Write a balanced  chemical equation for its production by the water gas reaction.  2. Hydrogen plays an important role in many industriaDon't forget about the age old question of tritioned
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l processes. Write a balanced  chemical equation for its production by the reaction of propane (C3H8, obtained from  natural gas) and steam.  3. What is carborundum, and how is it prepared. What physical property of carborundum  makes it a useful material?  4. Why is it especially dangerous to mix cyanide salts with acids? Write a chemical  equation to illustrate your answer. pg. 1 CHEM 1412. Chapter 22. Nonmetallic Elements and Their Compounds (homework). Ky125. Write an equation for a laboratory preparation of nitrogen gas.  6. Write the chemical formula of the peroxide ion.  7. Write the chemical formula of the superoxide ion.  8. Write a balanced chemical equation to show the production of chlorine by the  chlor-alkali process.  9. Of the three oxides SiO2, MgO, and P4O10, the most acidic oxide is P4O10. A) True  B) False Page 2 CHEM 1412. Chapter 22. Nonmetallic Elements and Their Compounds (homework). Ky12  10. P4O6 and P4O10 are allotropes of phosphorus.  A) True  B) False  11. Alkali metal hydrides are very reactive with water, forming H2 gas.  A) True  B) False  12. The chemistry of fluorine differs in many ways from that of the rest of the halogens.  A) True  B) False Page 3 CHEM 1412. Chapter 22. Nonmetallic Elements and Their Compounds (homework). Ky12  CHEM 1412. Chapter 23. Transition Metal Chemistry and Coordination Compounds(homework). Ky25 1. What is the oxidation number of Fe in [Fe(CN)6]4?  2. Copper can be separated from iron in the ore chalcopyrite (CuFeS2) by heating the ore  in the presence of oxygen to form copper(I) sulfide, iron(II) oxide, and sulfur dioxide.  Write a balanced chemical equation for this process.  3. What is the coodination number of silver in [Ag(NH3)2]Cl?  4. What is the coordination number of chromium in Cr(en)2Cl2?  5. A molecule or ion that provides an electron pair for coordinate covalent bond formation is called a Lewis ________. pg. 1 CHEM 1412. Chapter 23. Transition Metal Chemistry and Coordination Compounds (homework). Ky256. A molecule or atom that accepts an electron pair to form a coordinate covalent bond is  called a Lewis _______.  7. What is the coordination number of cobalt in [Co(NH3)6]Cl3?  8. What is the oxidation number of cobalt in [Co(NH3)6]Cl3?  9. What terms describe the geometric isomers that are possible for the complex  [CrF2Cl4]3?  10. Draw and label the geometric isomers of [CrF2Cl4]3?  11. How many geometric isomers are possible for the complex [CrF3Br3]3? Draw these  isomers. pg. 2 CHEM 1412. Chapter 23. Transition Metal Chemistry and Coordination Compounds (homework). Ky2512. Write the chemical formula of triammineaquodichlorochromium(III) chloride.  13. Write the chemical formula of the dibromobis(oxalato)cobaltate(III) ion.  14. Write the chemical formula of diamminedichloroplatinum(II).  15. Name the complex ion [Ni(CN)4]2. 16. Name the complex ion [CuCl3Br(NH3)2]2. 17. Name the complex ion [Co(H2O)4Cl2]+. pg. 3 CHEM 1412. Chapter 23. Transition Metal Chemistry and Coordination Compounds (homework). Ky2518. Name the complex ion [Cr(en)2(H2O)2]2+. 19. Predict the number of unpaired electrons in the [Cr(en)3]2+ ion.  20. Predict the number of unpaired electrons in the [CrCl6]4 ion.  21. Predict the number of unpaired electrons in the [Fe(CN)6]4 ion.  22. Predict the number of unpaired electrons in the [Fe(CN)6]3 ion.  23. The correct formula for the dibromobis(oxalato)cobaltate(III) ion is [Co(C2O4)Br2]3+. A) True  B) False pg. 4 CHEM 1412. Chapter 23. Transition Metal Chemistry and Coordination Compounds (homework). Ky2524. The systematic name of the coordination compound K2[Co(H2O)2I4] is potassium  diaquotetraiodocobaltate(II).  A) True  B) False  25. The oxidation number of Co in [Co(NH3)4Cl2]Cl is +1.  A) True  B) False pg. 5 CHEM 1412. Chapter 23. Transition Metal Chemistry and Coordination Compounds (homework). Ky25

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