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219. How many protons, neutrons, and electrons 225. What is the electron configuration of are in ? Electrons and Quantum ­Mechanics magnesium? 226. What is the electron configuration of argon? 220–234 Answer the questions on electrons and quantum mechanics. 220. What is the name of the premise that one electron fills each orbital in a subshell until all orbitals contain one electron and then electrons are added to fill in the second available spot in the subshell? 227. What is the electron configuration of bromine?

368. What is the chemical formula for barium bromide? 375. What is the chemical formula for nickel(I) selenide? Chapter 6: Ionic Bonding 376. What is the chemical formula for silver oxide? 383. What is the chemical formula for tin(IV) fluoride? 377. What is the chemical formula for strontium 384. What is the chemical formula for copper(I) bromide? iodide? 378. What is the chemical formula for magne- 385. What is the chemical formula for nickel(III) 379. What is the chemical formula for lithium 386.

Members of which family have three 305. To which family does the element iodine valence electrons? belong? 312. Members of which family have five valence 306. To which family does the element calcium belong? electrons? Chapter 5: Periodicity and the Periodic Table 313. Members of which family have two valence 318. The ionic radius of an anion is __________ electrons? (larger than/smaller than/the same size as) the atomic radius of the neutral atom because the ion has __________ (more/ fewer/an equal number of) electrons compared to the atom.

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