Detailed calculations show that the value of Zeff for Si and Cl atoms is 4.29+ and 6.12+, respectively. (a) What value do you estimate for Zeff experienced by the outermost electron in both Si and Cl by assuming core electrons contribute 1.00 and valence electrons contribute 0.00 to the screening constant? (b) What values do you estimate for Zeff using Slater's rules? (c) Which approach gives a more accurate estimate of Zeff? (d) Which method of approximation more accurately accounts for the steady increase in Zeff that occurs upon moving left to right across a period?

10/3 Chapter 4- Stoichiometry and Chemical Reactions (Cont.) Acid Base Reactions 1) These reactions are also called neutralization reactions 2) The products are water and an ionic complex 3) The ionic complex is also referred...