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CHM2045 Exam 2 Quick study guide

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Hi guys! This is a quick and fast study guide over things that may get confusing for the test
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Jeff Gower
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Krinza Notetaker on Monday February 29, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CHM2045 at University of Florida taught by Jeff Gower in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 46 views. For similar materials see Chemistry 1 in Chemistry at University of Florida.


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Date Created: 02/29/16
CHEM  2    EXAM  QUICK  Study  Guide       Ionization  energy  (IE)     Z-­‐effect    Metallic  character       Electronegativty   Atomic  Size   Ionization  Energy   Increases   Increases   Increases   IONS   • More  NEGATIVE  it  is  the  bigger  the  atomic  size   Long  Wavelength=low  frequency=low  energy   o Example  if  they  are  in  the  same  period  look  at   Short  Wavelength=high  frequency=high   their  charge,  the  more  negative  one  will  be   energy   larger  in  size   • More  POSITIVE  has  bigger  Ionization  Energy   o If  they  all  go  back  to  equal  the  same  noble Larger  the  Zeff-­‐-­‐-­‐smaller  the  size-­‐-­‐-­‐Large  IE   element  look  at  their  charges   Metallic  Bonding=low  electron   IONIC  and  Covalent  character   affinity  and  low  Ionization  energy       • The  FURTHER  apart  two  atoms  are  the  more  IONIC   • The  CLOSER  together  two  atoms  are  the  more  COVALENT   Size  of  Ions  increase=distance  between     increase=lattice  energy  DECREASES   • Smaller  atoms  form  stronger  bonds   • Single  Bonds  are  WEAKEST,     LONGEST   • Longer  Bonds  are  WEAKER   • Triple  Bonds  are  STRONGEST  and   SHORTEST  


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