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Steven D. Gammon + 7 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305580343

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Chapter 2, Problem 2.39QP
Textbook Problem

Give the atomic symbol for each of the following elements.

  1. a potassium
  2. b sulfur
  3. c iron
  4. d manganese

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There are...Ch. 2 - In which of the following are the name and formula...Ch. 2 - A chunk of an unidentified element (lets call it...Ch. 2 - Average Atomic Weight Part 1: Consider the four...Ch. 2 - Model of the Atom Consider the following...Ch. 2 - One of the early models of the atom proposed that...Ch. 2 - A friend is trying to balance the following...Ch. 2 - Given that the periodic table is an organizational...Ch. 2 - You discover a new set of polyatomic anions that...Ch. 2 - You have the mythical metal element X that can...Ch. 2 - Match the molecular model with the correct...Ch. 2 - Consider a hypothetical case in which the charge...Ch. 2 - Currently, the atomic mass unit (amu) is based on...Ch. 2 - For each of the following chemical reactions,...Ch. 2 - You perform a chemical reaction using the...Ch. 2 - What is the name of the element represented by...Ch. 2 - For each atomic symbol, give the name of the...Ch. 2 - Give the atomic symbol for each of the following...Ch. 2 - Give the atomic symbol for each of the following...Ch. 2 - A student has determined the mass-to-charge ratio...Ch. 2 - The mass-to-charge ratio for the positive ion F+...Ch. 2 - The following table gives the number of protons...Ch. 2 - The following table gives the number of protons...Ch. 2 - Naturally occurring chlorine is a mixture of the...Ch. 2 - Naturally occurring nitrogen is a mixture of 14N...Ch. 2 - What is the nuclide symbol for the nucleus that...Ch. 2 - An atom contains 34 protons and 45 neutrons. 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A...Ch. 2 - A sample of ammonia, NH3, contains 1.2 1023...Ch. 2 - A sample of ethanol (ethyl alcohol), C2H3OH,...Ch. 2 - Give the molecular formula for each of the...Ch. 2 - What molecular formula corresponds to each of the...Ch. 2 - Write the molecular formula for each of the...Ch. 2 - Write the molecular formula for each of the...Ch. 2 - Iron(II) nitrate has the formula Fe(NO3)2. What is...Ch. 2 - Ammonium phosphate, (NH4)3PO4, has how many oxygen...Ch. 2 - Write the formula for the compound of each of the...Ch. 2 - For each of the following pairs of ions, write the...Ch. 2 - Name the following compounds. a Na2SO4 b Na3N c...Ch. 2 - Name the following compounds. a CaO b Mn2O3 c...Ch. 2 - Write the formulas of: a iron(III) phosphate b...Ch. 2 - Write the formulas of: a sodium thiosulfate b...Ch. 2 - For each of the following binary compounds, decide...Ch. 2 - For each of the following binary compounds, decide...Ch. 2 - Give systematic names to the following binary...Ch. 2 - Give systematic names to the following binary...Ch. 2 - Write the formulas of the following compounds. a...Ch. 2 - Write the formulas of the following compounds. a...Ch. 2 - Write the systematic name for each of the...Ch. 2 - Write the systematic name for each of the...Ch. 2 - Give the name and formula of the acid...Ch. 2 - Give the name and formula of the acid...Ch. 2 - Glaubers salt has the formula Na2SO4-10H2O What is...Ch. 2 - Emerald-green crystals of the substance NiSO4-6H2O...Ch. 2 - Iron(II) sulfate heptahydrate is a blue-green,...Ch. 2 - Cobalt(II) chloride hexahydrate has a pink color....Ch. 2 - For the balanced chemical equation Ca(NO3)2 +...Ch. 2 - In the equation 2PbS + O2 2PbO + 2SO2, how many...Ch. 2 - Balance the following equations. a Sn + NaOH ...Ch. 2 - Balance the following equations. a Ca3(PO4)2 +...Ch. 2 - Solid calcium phosphate and aqueous sulfuric acid...Ch. 2 - Solid sodium metal reacts with water, giving a...Ch. 2 - An aqueous solution of ammonium chloride and...Ch. 2 - Lead metal is produced by heating solid lead(II)...Ch. 2 - Two samples of different compounds of nitrogen and...Ch. 2 - Two samples of different compounds of sulfur and...Ch. 2 - In a series of oil-drop experiments, the charges...Ch. 2 - In a hypothetical universe, an oil-drop experiment...Ch. 2 - Compounds of europium. 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