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

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Chapter 8, Problem 8.95QP
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The ground-state electron configuration of an atom is 1s22s22p63s23p4. What is the valence-shell configuration of the atom in the same group, but in Period 5?

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Chapter 8 Solutions

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Ch. 8.6 - Given the following information for element E,...Ch. 8.7 - A certain element is a metalloid that forms an...Ch. 8 - Describe the experiment of Stern and Gerlach. How...Ch. 8 - Describe the model of electron spin given in the...Ch. 8 - How does the Pauli exclusion principle limit the...Ch. 8 - What is the maximum number of electrons that can...Ch. 8 - List the orbitals in order of increasing orbital...Ch. 8 - Define each of the following: noble-gas core,...Ch. 8 - Give two different possible orbital diagrams for...Ch. 8 - Define the terms diamagnetic substance and...Ch. 8 - What kind of subshell is being filled in Groups 1A...Ch. 8 - How was Mendeleev able to predict the properties...Ch. 8 - Describe the major trends that emerge when atomic...Ch. 8 - What atom has the smallest radius among the...Ch. 8 - What main group in the periodic table has elements...Ch. 8 - The ions K+ and Ca2+ occur in chemical compounds,...Ch. 8 - Describe the major trends in metallic character...Ch. 8 - Distinguish between an acidic and a basic oxide....Ch. 8 - What is the name of the alkali metal atom with...Ch. 8 - What would you predict for the atomic number of...Ch. 8 - List the elements in Groups 3A to 6A in the same...Ch. 8 - For the list of elements you made for Question...Ch. 8 - Write an equation for the reaction of potassium...Ch. 8 - From what is said in Section 8.7 about Group 2A...Ch. 8 - Give the names and formulas of two oxides of...Ch. 8 - Match each description in the left column with the...Ch. 8 - Phosphorus has __________ unpaired electrons. a 1...Ch. 8 - Which of the following atoms, designated by their...Ch. 8 - When trying to remove electrons from Be, which of...Ch. 8 - Consider the following orderings. I. Al Si P S...Ch. 8 - Periodic Properties I A hypothetical element, X,...Ch. 8 - Periodic Properties II Consider two hypothetical...Ch. 8 - Suppose that the Pauli exclusion principle were No...Ch. 8 - Imagine a world in which all quantum numbers,...Ch. 8 - Two elements in Period 4 are adjacent to one...Ch. 8 - Two elements are in the same column of the...Ch. 8 - You travel to an alternate universe where the...Ch. 8 - Would you expect to find an element having both a...Ch. 8 - Two elements are in the same group, one following...Ch. 8 - A metalloid has an acidic oxide of the formula...Ch. 8 - Given the following information, identify the...Ch. 8 - A hypothetical element A has the following...Ch. 8 - Which of the following orbital diagrams are...Ch. 8 - Which of the following orbital diagrams are...Ch. 8 - Which of the following electron configurations are...Ch. 8 - Choose the electron configurations that are...Ch. 8 - Write all of the possible orbital diagrams for the...Ch. 8 - Give the different orbital diagrams for the...Ch. 8 - Give the electron configuration of the ground...Ch. 8 - Use the building-up principle to obtain the...Ch. 8 - Use the building-up principle to obtain the...Ch. 8 - Give the electron configuration of the ground...Ch. 8 - Barium is a Group 2A element in Period 6. Deduce...Ch. 8 - Bismuth is a Group 5A element in Period 6. Write...Ch. 8 - Tungsten is a Group 6B element in Period 6. What...Ch. 8 - Manganese is a Group 7B element in Period 4. What...Ch. 8 - Thallium has the ground-state configuration...Ch. 8 - The configuration for the ground state of iridium...Ch. 8 - Write the orbital diagram for the ground state of...Ch. 8 - Write the orbital diagram for the ground state of...Ch. 8 - Write an orbital diagram for the ground state of...Ch. 8 - Write an orbital diagram for the ground state of...Ch. 8 - Order the following elements by increasing atomic...Ch. 8 - Using periodic trends, arrange the following...Ch. 8 - Using periodic trends, arrange the following...Ch. 8 - Arrange the following elements in order of...Ch. 8 - From what you know in a general way about electron...Ch. 8 - From what you know in a general way about electron...Ch. 8 - If potassium chlorate has the formula KClO3, what...Ch. 8 - Write the simplest formulas expected for two...Ch. 8 - Write the complete ground-state electron...Ch. 8 - Write the complete ground-state electron...Ch. 8 - Obtain the valence-shell configuration of the...Ch. 8 - Obtain the valence-shell configuration of the lead...Ch. 8 - Write the orbital diagram for the ground state of...Ch. 8 - Write the orbital diagram for the ground state of...Ch. 8 - For eka-lead, predict the electron configuration,...Ch. 8 - For eka-bismuth, predict the electron...Ch. 8 - From Figure 8.18, predict the first ionization...Ch. 8 - From Figure 8.18, predict the first ionization...Ch. 8 - Write the valence orbital diagram corresponding to...Ch. 8 - Write the valence orbital diagram for the ground...Ch. 8 - Match each set of characteristics on the left with...Ch. 8 - Match each element on the right with a set of...Ch. 8 - Find the electron configuration of the element...Ch. 8 - Find the electron configuration of the element...Ch. 8 - What property of an atom does nuclear magnetic...Ch. 8 - Explain the origin of the chemical shift seen for...Ch. 8 - Explain how X rays are produced when an electron...Ch. 8 - Describe how X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is...Ch. 8 - How is it possible for a diamagnetic material to...Ch. 8 - Researchers have shown that it is possible to...Ch. 8 - The following are orbital diagrams for presumed...Ch. 8 - As we noted at the beginning of Section 8.2, an...Ch. 8 - A metallic element, M, reacts vigorously with...Ch. 8 - A nonmetallic element, R, burns brightly in air to...Ch. 8 - The ground-state electron configuration of an atom...Ch. 8 - An atom of an element has the following...Ch. 8 - An atom of an element has the following...Ch. 8 - A main-group atom in Period 5 has the following...Ch. 8 - The following are electron configurations of...Ch. 8 - A neutral atom has the electron configuration...Ch. 8 - A moderately reactive metallic element (whose...Ch. 8 - A metallic element reacts vigorously with water,...Ch. 8 - All elements up to atomic number 118 have been...Ch. 8 - The densities (in g/cm3) of some elements in...Ch. 8 - Write the orbital diagram for the ground-state...Ch. 8 - Using the periodic table, decide which of the...Ch. 8 - An atom easily loses two electrons to form the ion...Ch. 8 - List three elements in order of increasing...Ch. 8 - The energy of dissociation of the Cl2 molecule is...Ch. 8 - The electron affinity of the lutetium atom...Ch. 8 - A 2.17-g sample of barium reacted completely with...Ch. 8 - A sample of cesium metal reacted completely with...Ch. 8 - What is the formula of radium oxide? What is the...Ch. 8 - What is the formula of hydrogen telluride? What is...Ch. 8 - How much energy would be required to ionize 5.00...Ch. 8 - How much energy is evolved when 2.65 mg of Cl(g)...Ch. 8 - Using the Bohr formula for the energy levels,...Ch. 8 - Calculate the ionization energy of the He+ ion in...Ch. 8 - The lattice energy of an ionic solid such as NaCl...Ch. 8 - Calculate H for the following process:...

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