## Solutions for Inorganic Chemistry

Problem 1P:

Chromium has four isotopes C2450r, C2452r, C2453r and C2454r. How many electrons, protons, and...Problem 3P:

Using the list of naturally occurring isotopes in Appendix 5, determine the number of electrons,...Problem 4P:

Hydrogen possesses three isotopes, but tritium , which is radioactive, occurs as less than 1 in...Problem 5P:

(a) By using the data in appendix 5, account for the isotopic distribution shown in Fig 1.1b. (b)...Problem 6P:

Calculate the corresponding wavelength of electromagnetic radiation with frequencies of (a)...Problem 7P:

State which of the following n'n transitions in the emission spectrum of atomic hydrogen belong to...Problem 8P:

Calculate the energy (in kJ per mole of photons) of a spectroscopic transition, the corresponding...Problem 9P:

1.9 Four of the lines in Balmer series are at 656.28, 486.13, 434.05 and 410.17 nm. Show that these...Problem 10P:

1.10 Using the Bohr model, determine the values of the radii of the second and third orbits of the...Problem 11P:

1.11 How is the (a) energy and (b) size of an ns atomic orbital affected by an increase in n?
Problem 12P:

1.12 Write down a set of quantum numbers that uniquely defines each of the following atomic...Problem 13P:

Do the three 4p atomic orbitals possess the same or different values of (a) principal quantum...Problem 14P:

How many radial nodes does each of the following orbitals possess: (a) 2s (b) 4s (c) 3p (d) 5d (e)...Problem 15P:

1.15 Comment on the differences between plots of R(r) against r, and against r for each of the...Problem 16P:

1.16 Write down the sets of quantum numbers that define the (a) 1s, (b) 4s, (c) 5s atomic orbitals.
Problem 18P:

How many atomic orbitals make up the set with n=4 and l=3? What label is given to this set of...Problem 20P:

(a) Will a plot of R(r) for the 1s atomic orbital of He+ be identical to that of the H atom (Fig....Problem 23P:

Write down the six sets of quantum numbers that describe the electrons in a degenerate set of 5p...Problem 24P:

For a neutral atom, X, the following atomic orbitals in an approximate order of their relative...Problem 25P:

Using the concepts of shielding and penetration, explain why a ground state configuration of 1s22s1...Problem 26P:

For each of the following atoms, write down a ground state electronic configuration and indicate...Problem 27P:

1.27 Draw energy level diagrams (see Fig. 1.15) to represent the ground state electronic...Problem 28P:

1.28 Write down the ground state electronic configuration of boron, and a set of quantum numbers...Problem 29P:

Write down (with reasoning) the ground state electronic configurations of (a) Li, (b) O, (c) S, (d)...Problem 30P:

Draw energy level diagrams to show the ground state electronic configurations of only the valence...Problem 31P:

The ground state electronic configuration of a group 16 element is of the type [X]ns2np4 where X is...Problem 32P:

(a) Write down an equation that defines the process to which the value of IE4 of Sn refers. Is this...Problem 33P:

1.33 The first four ionization energies of an atom X are 403, 2633, 3900 and 5080 . Suggest to what...Problem 34P:

1.34 In Fig. 1.16, identify the trend in the first ionization energies of the elements in (a)...Problem 35P:

1.35 Figure 1.17 shows the values of for the first 10 elements. (a) Label each point with the...Problem 36P:

Using the data in Table 1.5, determine a value for H for the process: O(g)+2e-O2-(g) is to be...Problem 39P:

The first list in the table on the left contains symbol or phrases, each of which has a partner in...Problem 41P:

Using data from appendix 8, construct a graph to show the trend in the third ionization energies of...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

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