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Electronegativity

Q. A probe sent to the planet Mercury has measured the electronegativities of several elements it has detected on the planet. Which element would you expect to identify as a metal? a) element 1 b) element 2 c) element 3 d) element 4 e) element 5

Solved • Feb 24, 2020

Electronegativity

Q. Use electronegativity values to identify elements that have certain characteristics. Match the elements in the left column to the appropriate blanks in the sentences on the right.

Solved • Feb 24, 2020

Electronegativity

Q. After doing some analysis, the probe determines that the gas pocket contains an element that has an ionization energy of I = 1527 kJ/mol and an electron affinity of EA = 33.0 kJ/mol. What is the identity of this element? Express your answer using an element symbol (e.g., Hg).

Solved • Feb 24, 2020

Electronegativity

Q. Use electronegativity values to identify elements that have certain characteristics. Match the element in the left column to the appropriate blanks in the sentences on the right.

Solved • Feb 19, 2020

Electronegativity

Q. Rank the members of this set of compounds in order of decreasing ionic character of their bonds. Use partial charges to indicate the bond polarity of each bond. BF3, NF3, CF4

Solved • Feb 11, 2020

Electronegativity

Q. Which of the following exhibits the greatest electronegativity? A. Al B. As C. Ge D. P E. Si

Solved • Feb 11, 2020

Electronegativity

Q. Thinking about electronegativity, match these chemical structures to their pictures ("electrostatic potential maps"-fancy!) Note that the images may have the molecules rotated a bit into different positions. Here's a hint: The O-H bond in each case is on the right side of both the picture and the Lewis structure.

Solved • Nov 17, 2019