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A solution made by dissolving g of a nonvolatile nonelectrolyte in g of water boiled at oC at mm Hg. What is the approximate molecular weight . Q (i)An atomic orbital has n = 3. What are the possible values of l and m l? (ii) List the quantum numbers (m l and l) of electrons for 3d orbital. (iii) Which of the following orbitals are possible?

Chemistry The study of matter. is the study of matter—what it consists of, what its properties are, and how it changes. Being able to describe the ingredients in a cake and how they change when the cake is baked is called chemistry. Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space. is anything that has mass and takes up space—that is, anything that is physically real. CHEM 2AP UNIT 5 CH. 7 Quantum Mechanics 17 10/27/ SPIN QUANTUM NUMBER (ms) • Designates the SPIN OF THE ELECTRON and describes the behavior of the electron, not the location. • Values: +½, -½. • Arrow up ↑ is +½, (referred to as “spin up”); .

Extra Problems for Chapter 1 1. How many significant figures are in the following measurements? a. mL b. × cm c. kg d. in. Note that this simple arithmetic involves dividing the numbers of each measured quantity to yield the number of the computed quantity (/10 = 10) and likewise dividing the units of each measured quantity to yield the unit of the computed quantity (m/s = m/s). Now, consider using this same relation to predict the time required for a person running at this speed to travel a distance of 25 m.

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