Chemistry for Today: General, Organic, and Biochemistry
Author: Spencer L. Seager, Michael R. Slabaugh, Maren S. Hansen
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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2.26 In what region of the periodic table are you likely to find elements that form more than one stable ion?
What is the charge on the monatomic ion formed by each of the following elements? a. 3Li b. 15P c. 16S d. 13Al
Name each of the following binary, nonionic compounds: (a) N2O5 (b) P4S3 (c) OF2 (d) XeF4
1. Hydrogen is a Group I element and each hydrogen will contribute I valence electron. Carbon is a Group (Roman numeral) element and each carbon will contribute ___ (number) electrons. Every oxygen atom in a compound will contribute valence electrons. Chloromethane has the molecular formula . Its skeleton is and the number of valence electrons may be determined as follows. There are three hydrogen atoms, each of which contributes 1 valence electron; the single carbon contributes 4 electrons; and the single chlorine atom contributes 7 electrons, making a total of 14 . A convenient tabular form of this calculation is
We indicate the charge of a metallic element that forms more than one cation by adding a(n) after the name of the cation.
How many valence electrons are needed to complete the outer valence shell of sulfur? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
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