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Consider the titration of 25.0 mL of 0.050 0 M Sn2 with 0.100 M Fe3 in 1 M HCl to give

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Problem 15-5

Consider the titration of 25.0 mL of 0.050 0 M Sn2 with 0.100 M Fe3 in 1 M HCl to give Fe2 and Sn4, using Pt and calomel electrodes. (a) Write a balanced titration reaction. (b) Write two half-reactions for the indicator electrode. (c) Write two Nernst equations for the cell voltage. E

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Chapter 10 Molecular shape and VSEPR Theory  Molecule properties are directly related to their shapes  VSEPR Theory the molecular geometry can be determined by the repulsion of the electron groups of the atom o An electron group is a single, double or triple bond.  Five basic shapes- linear (2 e- groups), trigonal planar(3 e- groups), tetrahedral(4 e- groups), trigonal bipyramidal (5 e- groups) and octahedral (6 e- groups)  When there are lone pairs of electrons the electron geometry is the same but the molecular geometry is different o Lone pairs will be positioned to minimize repulsions with other lone pairs and bonding pairs Polarity  P

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Consider the titration of 25.0 mL of 0.050 0 M Sn2 with 0.100 M Fe3 in 1 M HCl to give