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By means of Lewis structures, represent bonding between

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Problem 5

By means of Lewis structures, represent bonding between the following pairs of elements: (a) Cs and Br; (b) H and Sb; (c) B and Cl; (d) Cs and Cl; (e) Li and O; (f) Cl and I. Your structures should show whether the bonding is essentially ionic or covalent.

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Chapter 4: Reactions in Aqueous Solutions I. Solubility is the maximum amount of solute that will dissolves in a given quantity of solvent at a specific temperature. II. Solubility Rules:  Alkali (Group AI) = soluble (gives up electrons for positive charge) + 2+ 2+ 2+  Halides (Cl­, Br­, I­) = soluble, except with Ag , Cu , Pb , Hg 2 (takes up electrons for negative charge)  Ammonium compounds (NH ), nitrates(4O ), bicarbonates 3HCO ), and chlorates 3­ (ClO ) = soluble 3  (SO )4= soluble, except with Ag , Ca , Sr , Ba , Hg 2+ 2+ 22+  Hydroxides

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Textbook: General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications
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Author: Ralph Petrucci
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