Ch. 6 & 7 atomic orbital & periodic trends    test     [100 points]     AP Chem


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1.  Draw the orbital diagram for __, then identify its valence and inner shell electrons;  use the “short-cut” notation.  [20 points]


a.  phosphorus


b.  tin



2.  List all 4 possible quantum numbers for an electron in the 3d atomic orbital.  [10 points]

3.  What is the wavelength (in meters) of the photon in the emission from the n = 4 to n = 2 electron energy level in the hydrogen atom ?  [20 points]



4.  Using the magnesium atom as your example and a chemical equation, as appropriate, describe __.  [15 points]

a.  electron affinity


b.  1st ionization energy


c.  2nd ionization energy


5.  What is the relative 1st ionization energy between  ___ ?  Clearly rationalize your response. [20 points]

a.  magnesium versus aluminum


b.  carbon versus nitrogen



6.  old topics  [15 points]

a.  draw 4 isomers of C4H8  [8 points]



b.  solve for k, in terms of moles, L, and seconds, where   [7 points]


 (5 micromoles / L) / minute =  k  (5 millimole / L)2