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In 0.10 M is equal to (a) 0.050 M; (b) 0.10 M; (c) 0.11 M;

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Problem 110

In 0.10 M is equal to (a) 0.050 M; (b) 0.10 M; (c) 0.11 M; (d) 0.20 M.

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Chem Ch 4 Dmitri Mendeleev Found 65 elements as well as their relative masses and chemical properties. The Rhymburg Equation 1 1 1 =R( 2− 2) λ nf ¿ Coulomb’s Law q1q2 r ) E=9E9¿ Orbital energy increases by n, meaning 2s has more energy than 1s, and increases across the blocks from s to p to d Orbital Rules and Principals  Pauli Exclusion Principal states that no two electrons can have exactly the same quantum numbers  Aufbau Principal states that electrons fill from the lowest shell available first before filling any other shell ie 1s fills before 2s

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

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In 0.10 M is equal to (a) 0.050 M; (b) 0.10 M; (c) 0.11 M;