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Compare the elements Na, Mg, O, and P. (a) Place the

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Compare the elements Na, Mg, O, and P. (a) Place the elements in order of increasing ionization energy. (b) Place the elements in order of increasing electron affinity.

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Katey Helwick Organic Chemistry, Matera 8/30/16 Organic Chemistry Pre-Class Notes (Sections 1.1-1.3) 1.1- What is Organic Chemistry  **An organic compound is composed primarily of carbon and hydrogen (imperfect definition) 1.2- Why Carbon  Reasons why the chemistry of life is centered primarily around the carbon atom: o Diversity- Carbon is cable of forming 4 covalent bonds to other atoms o Carbon atoms can link together in chains of almost any length o Branching at each carbon in the chain o Capability of forming double and triple bonds o Stability- Carbon forms very strong bonds with other atoms & carbon atoms  Oxygen:

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Author: Ralph Petrucci
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