2+ 33 D Ni has 26 electrons The first electrons to leave are the 4s electrons in C#.NET

Decoding Data Matrix in C#.NET 2+ 33 D Ni has 26 electrons The first electrons to leave are the 4s electrons

2+ 33 D Ni has 26 electrons The first electrons to leave are the 4s electrons
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34 D This describes one of the 4s electrons 35 C Diffraction is a wave phenomenon 36 A Definition 37 E Electrons fill the orbitals individually before pairing Unpaired electrons = paramagnetic 38 D Definition 39 B X is F and forms a 1 ion Magnesium forms a +2 ion
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AP Chemistry Practice Exam 1 317
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40 D BF3 has three electron pairs around the B 41 B Using VSEPR, all the others are nonpolar 42 D Ionic bonding needs a metal and a nonmetal (usually) Only the acetate ion has resonating bonds ( and ) 43 D All the others have no unshared electron pairs 44 C Sublimation usually does not involve bond breaking In any case, Zn is a metal, and it has no ionic or covalent bonds to break 45 D Both diamond and graphite are covalent network solids 46 A This is a description of metallic bonding 47 C This is a description of ionic bonding 48 B SO2 consists of polar molecules 49 B Definition 50 E This will increase the pressure and, therefore, the boiling point 51 A This is the only point on the liquid gas transition line, other than the critical point 52 C [(07000 L)(30 mol/L)(3 cations/mol) + (03000 L)(20 mol) (2 cations/mol)]/1000L
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+ 53 C (0800 L)(090 mol Na /L)-(0800 L) + + (030 mol/L)(2 Na /mol) = 024 mol Na needed + + (024 mol Na )(l mol Na3PO4/3 mol Na ) = 0080 mol Na3PO4
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58 E Energy is required to initiate the reaction
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59 C The pKa for H2PO4 is nearest to the pH value needed Thus, the simplest buffer would involve this ion The phosphoric acid in E would lower the pH too much + + 2 60 A Ka = [H ][A ]/|HA]; [H ] = [A ] = 10 10 [HA] = 06
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61 A LiOH is a strong base 62 C A solution of a weak acid and a weak base would be nearly neutral 63 B Only B and E are buffers B is basic, and E is acidic 64 E Only B and E are buffers B is basic, and E is acidic 65 D If there are equal numbers of moles of gas on each side of the equilibrium arrow, then volume or pressure changes will not affect the equilibrium
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+ 66 C HCO3 and H3O behave as acids
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67 D The loss of 020 mol of CO means that 040 mol of H2 reacted (leaving 030 mol) and 020 mol of CH3,OH formed Dividing all the moles by the volume gives the molarity, and:
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2 Kc = (020)/(040)(030) = 56 68 B H2O(l) + 2 CrO4 (aq) + 3 HSnO2 (aq) 2 CrO2 (aq) + 2 OH (aq) + 3 HSnO3 (aq) 2
54 C Equimolar gives a mole fraction of 05 05 480 mm Hg + 05 50 mm Hg = 265 mm Hg (total vapor pressure) mole fraction ethyl ether = (05 480 mm Hg)/265 mm Hg 55 A Vcon = M dil Vdil /Mcon = (30 M 250 mL)/ 70 M 56 E This plot gives a straight-line only for a firstorder reaction 57 C tl/2 = (0693/86 h )(3600 s/h) = 29 s To save time on the exam you can approximate this equation as t1/2 = (07/90)(3600) Dividing 3600 by 90 gives 40; 40 times 07=28 The time is equivalent to two half-lives, so one-fourth of the sample should remain
69 A Assigning oxidation numbers and definitions is required 70 C Hydrogen (odorless) evolves at the cathode (negative), and chlorine (distinctive odor) evolves at the anode (positive) 71 D The mass should be 226 (4 + 4 + 0 + 4) = 214 The atomic number should be 88 (2 + 2 1 + 2) = 83 72 C Alpha particles are the least penetrating, and gamma rays are the most penetrating 73 A In nuclear reactions, the mass of a particle is treated as 0 and the charge is 1 Electrons and particles are the same
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