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Ions: Electron configuration

Write the complete electron configuration for the nickel(II) ion.Using NOBLE GAS notation write the electron configuration for the chromium(III) ion.

1d

Ions: Electron Configuration

Write the complete electron configuration for the common monatomic ion formed by the element bromine, Br.This ion is a(n) _______cationanion with a charge of____?

1d

Ions: Electron Configuration

Write the complete electron configuration for the chromium(III) ion.Using NOBLE GAS notation write the electron configuration for the iron(II) ion.

2d

Ions: Isoelectronic series

Considering only ions with charges of +1, +2, -1 and -2, or neutral atoms, give the symbols for 4 species that are isoelectronic with the barium ion, Ba2+.

2d

Ions: Isoelectronic Series

Considering only ions with charges of +1, +2, -1 and -2, or neutral atoms, give the symbols for 4 species that are isoelectronic with Xe.

2d

Ions: isoelectronic Noble Gas

A monatomic ion with a charge of +1 has an electronic configuration of 1s22s22p63s23p64s23d104p65s24d105p6.This ion is a(n) _______cationanion.What is the chemical symbol of the noble gas this ion... more

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Ions: isoelectronic Noble Gas

A monatomic ion with a charge of -2 has an electronic configuration of 1s22s22p6.This ion is a(n) _______cationanion.What is the chemical symbol of the noble gas this ion is isoelectronic... more

2d

Ions: Electron Configuration

Write the complete electron configuration for the common monatomic ion formed by the element rubidium, Rb.This ion is a(n) _______cationanion with a charge of?

2d

Ion: Electron Configuration

Write the complete electron configuration for the iron(III) ion.Using NOBLE GAS notation write the electron configuration for the manganese(II) ion.

4d

What ion/atoms are isoelectronic?

SeleniumMagnesiumBromineNitrogenKryptonZincBarium IronBromideBarium cationIron (III)Selenide

6d

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help explain how it is possible for you to see the red ball?1# How does Figure 1 help explain how it is possible for you to see the red ball?

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SEP Construct an Explanation Describe the chemistry of the fire triangle. How does the fire triangle relate to how fiercely a wildfire burns?  SEP Construct an Explanation How do firefighters use... more

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Describe (in words) how conduction, convection and radiation all take place to heat the room.

8d

Energy of Light

The energy of a particular color of violet light is 4.51×10-22 kJ/photon.The wavelength of this light is ______nanometers.(109 nm = 1 m)

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Energy of Light

X-ray radiation falls in the wavelength region of 1.00×10-11 to 1.00×10-8 meters.What is the energy of X-ray radiation that has a wavelength of 1.00×10-11 m?Energy =  _______kJ/photon
Biochemistry Science Biology

8d

If I have a 12% solution of hydrogen peroxide (2 cups) and dilute it with 1 cup water, what is the new percentage?

I'm actually doing a lab, this isn't a textbook problem (college bio)
Biochemistry Science Biology

9d

What does protein degradation meaning ?

9d

Determine lattice energy

Consider an ionic compound, Mx2 , composed of generic metal M  and generic, gaseous halogen X.The enthalpy of formation MX2 is delta H°f= -991 kj/molThe enthalpy of sublimation of M delta H sub=... more
Biochemistry Biology Sat Math

9d

What is induction of protein mean ?

Biochemistry Biology Biostatistics

13d

What is innervation mean ?

My teacher wanted me to search about Skeletal muscle innervation so what am I suppose to search I was not able to find anything when I typed that to google. I need help please.

15d

Enthalpy of formation

Using standard heats of formation, calculate the standard enthalpy change for the following reaction.2H2O(l)2H2(g) + O2(g)

15d

Enthalpy of formation

Using standard heats of formation, calculate the standard enthalpy change for the following reaction.2Fe(s) + 3Cl2(g)2FeCl3(s)

15d

Enthalpy of formation

A scientist measures the standard enthalpy change for the following reaction to be -220.4 kJ :2H2O2(l)2H2O(l) + O2(g)Based on this value and the standard enthalpies of formation for the other... more
Biochemistry Science Biology

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What does skeletal muscle innervation meaning ?

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