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Chem Final

How many orbitals in a p sublevel? How many p sublevels in the second energy level? 3 orbitals in a p-sublevel; 1 p sublevel in the second energy level
What is the principle that chemical properties of the elements are periodic functions of their atomic numbers? Periodic law
Name FeSO3 Iron (II) Sulfite
Electron configuration for Mn [Ar] 4s2 3d5
mixture where the components of the moxture are not uniformed heterogeneous mixture
Mixture where the components of the mixture are uniformly distributed homogeneous mixure
when substances are mixed so that they are dispersed on the molecular level solution
the chemical union of 2 or more elements compound
A homogeneous mixture or solid solution of two or more metals alloy
substance that cannot be broken down by chemical means element
two or more substances which have been combined such that each substance retains its own chemical identity mixture
Name HNO3, HBr, HCl nitric acid, hydrobromic acid, hydrochloric acid
How many electrons are in a p sublevel? 6 electrons
In the third energy level? 8 electrons
in an orbital? 2n^2 electrons
In an f sublevel? 14 electrons
In the first energy level? 2 electrons
Compare the ionic/atomic radii of cations/anions the ionic/atomic radii of a cation is smaller than the atom meaning the anion has a larger ionic/atomic radii
Ionic vs covalent compounds? ionic compounds is usually a reaction b/w a nonmetal and metal and the reaction has to have a net charge of 0; A covalent compound reaction occurs b/w 2 nonmetals and net charge isn't necessary since electrons are shared
What is the most reactive halogen and alkali metal? Fluorine and Francium
Is air a compound or a mixture? mixture
Is orange juice a mixture? yes
Created by: sahil