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Without doing calculations, indicate how you would expect

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Problem 85

Without doing calculations, indicate how you would expect the lattice energies of LiCl(s), KCl(s), RbCl(s), and CsCl(s) to compare with the value of determined for NaCl(s) on page 543. [Hint:Assume that the enthalpies of sublimation of the alkali metals are comparable in value. What atomic properties from Chapter 9 should you compare?]

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BN Chapter 2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions 2.1: The Early History of Chemistry  Greeks first to try to explain chemical changes (400BC) o All matter composed of 4 elements:  Fire, earth, water, and air o Matter  Matter is continuous (infinitely divisible into smaller pieces) OR  Composed of small indivisible particles o Democritus  Atomos=atoms  Supported small indivisible particles o No definite answer b/c no experiments  Alchemy (next 2000 yrs) o Mystics obsessed w/ idea of turning cheap metal into gold o Discovery:  How to prepare mine

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Textbook: General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications
Edition: 10
Author: Ralph Petrucci
ISBN: 9780132064521

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