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Make the following temperature conversions: a. _78.1 C to kelvins c. 489 K to C b. 775 K

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Problem 74

Make the following temperature conversions: a. _78.1 C to kelvins c. 489 K to C b. 775 K to C d. 24.3 C to kelvins

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Chem 111 - CSU Week 05 Notes StudySoup - Avery Chapter 3: Atomic Structure (cont.) Highlight​: Topics covered extensively in lecture ​Highlight​: Helpful examples 3.8: The Periodic Table and Filling Orbitals ● Condensed Electron Configuration: ​matches the electron configuration plus extra electrons ○ Ex: Carbon - [He] 2s​ 2p​2​ 2 ● Orbital Energies in Multielectron Atoms: ○ Subshells fill in order of s ​ , p, d, f ○ Some overlap of subshells at higher values of n ​ ​ Ex​ : 4​s < ​ (4s​ fi​ up before 3d ​ fills up) ​ ​ ● 4​s → 3d ​ → 4​p ● N-Values: ○ When n increases by 1,

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation
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Author: Steven S. Zumdahl, Donald J. DeCoste
ISBN: 9781439049402

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Make the following temperature conversions: a. _78.1 C to kelvins c. 489 K to C b. 775 K