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Problem 109

Which member of the following pairs would you expect to be more energetically stable? Justify each choice. a. NaBr or NaBr2 b. ClO4 or ClO4 _ c. SO4 or XeO4 d. OF4 or SeF4

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Chem 1315 Week 2 Notes Monday, August 28, 2017 4:53 PM 4.1 Aluminum: Low-Density Atoms Result in Low- Density Metal  Aluminum material is low-density (which is why it's suitable for airplane construction) o 2.70 g/cm^3 to be exact  Reason behind low density… o Density of aluminum atom is also low  The mass-to-volume ratio of composite atoms is key  Therefore, density of elements tends to increase as you move down a column in a per. Table o Radius of atom also generally increases as you move down  The mass of each successive atom increases more than its volume does  Layout of periodic table based on similarities in properties of elements Periodic Property: generally predictable based on a

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