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Complete on separate paper and submit to the In-Box: Hydrogen gas reacted with oxygen gas producing water vapor in a closed container. The system then established equilibrium. Write the balanced equilibrium equation. Write the equilibrium expression (Keq = ??). 0.505 … Continue reading
Nitrogen gas reacted with hydrogen gas producing ammonia gas (NH3) in a closed container. The system then established equilibrium. Write the balanced equilibrium equation (remember diatomics?) Write the equilibrium expression (Keq = ??). 2.0 grams of nitrogen gas and 0.10 … Continue reading
Write the full and noble gas electron configuration for: Calcium Oxygen Copper Chlorine How many valence electrons would calcium and oxygen have? What are the charges if calcium and oxygen were to become ions?
What were the positive ions for the unknown samples for the flame test lab? Describe the color of flame observed for Copper. Why do you think it produced that color? What is the full electron configuration for Copper?
Write the electron notation (full) for the following: Sulfur Calcium Copper Americium Write the Noble-Gas electron notation for the elements from number 1. Draw the orbital diagrams for sulfur and calcium. What block are the elements from number 1 part … Continue reading
How many protons and electrons do the following have: Oxygen Potassium Chlorine How many electrons fill the 3p sublevel? How many electrons fill the 3rd energy level?
Fill out your Learning Target Sheet for the first 3 rows. Make sure to include actual examples for Evidence. Determine the number of protons, neutrons and electrons for the following: Iron-56 Titanium-49 Osmium-186
The warm up is on Google Classroom – Triple Beam and Vol Worksheet. Complete and submit.
A piece of metal is 42.65 pounds. If 2.204 pound = 1 kg, determine the number of mg. Show your setup and do not use Google! A pencil has a mass 7.23 grams. How many pounds would this be?