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Second term review

  1. 1. Second Term Review<br />Instructions: Answer the following questions, thoroughly, you may either type your answers or answer them by hand (make sure your writing is legible). DO ALL THE PROBLEMS!<br />Review is due on Thursday September 30th, 2011.<br /><ul><li>Define the following words:
  2. 2. Quantum Numbers
  3. 3. Principle Quantum Number
  4. 4. Angular Momentum Quantum Number
  5. 5. Magnetic Quantum Number
  6. 6. Spin Quantum Number
  7. 7. Aufbau Principal
  8. 8. Pauli Exclusion Principal
  9. 9. Hund’s Rule
  10. 10. Atomic Radius
  11. 11. Ionization Energy
  12. 12. Ionic Radius
  13. 13. Electronegativity
  14. 14. Oxidation number (oxidation state)
  15. 15. Chemical bond
  16. 16. Draw the Aufbau diagram up to the 6th energy level.
  17. 17. How are elements arranged in the periodic table?
  18. 18. What are the three types of elements found on the periodic table?
  19. 19. Which elements are the most electronegative?
  20. 20. What group of elements is also known as inert gases?
  21. 21. Why don’t the transition elements always follow the rules for valence electrons?
  22. 22. What are valence electrons? How many valence electrons does Francium have?
  23. 23. Do the electron dot structure of the following:
  24. 24. Carbon
  25. 25. Iodine
  26. 26. Calcium
  27. 27. Gallium
  28. 28. Write the element’s orbital notation and electron notation:
  29. 29. Beryllium
  30. 30. Nitrogen
  31. 31. Aluminum
  32. 32. Sodium
  33. 33. Do the following noble-gas notation of the following elements:
  34. 34. Rh
  35. 35. P
  36. 36. Zr
  37. 37. Which electron notation describes an element in the excited state?
  38. 38. [Ar]4s23d104p2
  39. 39. [Ne]3s23p5
  40. 40. [Kr]5s24d1
  41. 41. [Ar]4s12d84p1
  42. 42. Given any two elements within a group, is the element with the larger atomic number likely to have a larger o smaller atomic radius than the other?
  43. 43. The metal used to make soda can has the electron configuration [Ne]3s23p1. Identify the metal and give its group, period, and block.
  44. 44. Do the orbital notation of Sulfur and state how it becomes an ion. Tell whether its ion is an anion or a cation. What is sulfur’s oxidation number?
  45. 45. With their orbital notation, show the reaction to form calcium fluoride.
  46. 46. Give the names of the following ionic compounds
  47. 47. MgO
  48. 48. KI
  49. 49. AgCl
  50. 50. NaClO
  51. 51. KNO3
  52. 52. BaOH2
  53. 53. Give the formula for the following ionic compounds
  54. 54. Calcium iodide
  55. 55. Copper(II) chloride
  56. 56. Potassium periodate
  57. 57. Silver (I) acetate</li></ul>TIPS FOR GOOD GRADES:<br /><ul><li>Review the chapters and your notes
  58. 58. Do the review
  59. 59. Ask questions
  60. 60. Help each other out (STUDY GROUPS)
  61. 61. Don’t stress out!!!!

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