How is the electron configuration of an anion different from that of the corresponding neutral atom? How is the electron configuration of a cation different?
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2/16/16 Volatile Solute and Raoult s La P A = XAP(degrees) B P B= X A P(degrees) B P T= P A + PB B.P. elevation: (delta)Th = i(Kb)m (delta)b= Tb — T(degrees) b * (delta)Th — change in b.p. * K b— b.p. elevation constant * m — molality * Tb — new b.p. * b— pure b.p. T(degrees) F.P. depression: (delta)T f = i(f)m (deltaf= T(degrees) f— T f i van’t Hoff factor —> number of particles Nonelectrolytes: CH3CH2OH (l) —> CH3CH2OH (aq) i = 1 C6H12O6 (s) —> C6H12O6 (aq) i = 1 i = 2 NaCl (s) —> Na+ (aq) + Cl— (aq) i = 4 Na3PO4 (s) —> 3Na+ (aq) + PO4 ^ 3 (aq) i = 3 BaCl2 (s) —> Ba ^ 2+ (aq) + 2Cl— (aq) Electrolytes (strong acids): HCl hydrochl
Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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