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Plot the following data first as boiling point versus

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Problem 123

Plot the following data first as boiling point versus polarizability, and then as boiling point versus molecular mass. What conclusions can you draw from these plots?

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Mulliken electronegativity The Mulliken electronegativity is the average of a species’ionization energy and electron affinity – it is easy to determine from measured or tabulated values Orbital energies Note separation between s and p orbitals increases on going across a row Promotion energies ▯ Many atoms form more bonds than they have unpaired electrons in their 2 2 2 ground states – for example, carbon has a 1s 2s 2p config. but is forms 4 covalent Promotion energies increase on going down the B and C groups Relativistic effects Relativistic effects can be important for heavy elements ▯ – electrons in s orbitals spend some time very close to n

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

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