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Posts by Giznelbell


Total # Posts: 26

intrest groups-gov and pol
Interest Group terms. search these terms on the internet and write complete descriptions for the term 2: "Dirty Dozen"
October 25, 2008

Vocab
oh sorry... sorry to keep bothering you how do u use cauterize in a sentence?
October 23, 2008

AP CHEM!
why is the atomic radius of a noble gas larger than a halogen?
October 22, 2008

CHEMISTRY
why is the atomic radius of a noble gas larger than a halogen?
October 22, 2008

CHEMISTRY
Arrange the following ions in order of increasing size: Br- Ca2+ K+ Se2-
October 22, 2008

METALLIC- CHEMISTRY
WHICH IS LEAST METALLIC? I O Cs K Te
October 22, 2008

Chemistry
I don't understand how periodic trends relate to Zeff (effective nuclear charge)
October 22, 2008

chemmmm
whats the config for this?
October 22, 2008

chemmmm
How many unpaired electrons are present in each of these species? (a) 1s22s23p1 ground-state
October 22, 2008

Chemistry!! - bobpursley please
Calculate the maximum wavelength of light capable of removing an electron for a hydrogen atom from the energy state characterized by the following when n=4 =__________nm Responses Chemistry!! - bobpursley, Wednesday, October 22, 2008 at 4:05am So the two energy states are n=4 ...
October 22, 2008

Chemistry!!
Calculate the maximum wavelength of light capable of removing an electron for a hydrogen atom from the energy state characterized by the following when n=4 =__________nm
October 21, 2008

AP CHEM HELP!
i know. i need help with the ground state config
October 21, 2008

AP CHEM HELP!
How many unpaired electrons are present in each of these species? (a) 1s22s23p1 1 ground-state= __________ (b) 1s2 2s2 2p6 0 ground-state=______________ I Cant get the ground state config i think there might be somethign wrong...
October 21, 2008

AP CHEM
How many electrons in an atom can have the following designations? 5px 2s n = 4 5p 7py 4f how do u do these?
October 21, 2008

Chemistry
i did. (6.63e-34)(3e8)/27 its wrong...
October 21, 2008

Chemistry
thats not E, its kJ/mol
October 21, 2008

Chemistry
AgCl >Ag + Cl The silver metal that is formed causes the lenses to darken. The enthalpy change for this reaction is 3.10 102 kJ/mol. Assuming all this energy must be supplied by light, what is the maximum wavelength of light that can cause this reaction?
October 21, 2008

Chemistry
Calculate the wavelength of light emitted when each of the following transitions occur in the hydrogen atom. (a) n = 5 n = 4 _________nm (b) n = 5 n = 3 _____________ nm (c) n = 5 n = 2 __________ nm Calculate the maximum wavelength of light capable of removing an electron for...
October 20, 2008

Chemistry instruments
what is that tool called the one you put drops of solution in to observe if a ppt is formed?? dish...something??
October 19, 2008

Chemistry-precipitates
What precipitates form when Cu(NO3)2, CuSO4, NH4OH, and CaCl2 only two of the above added together. I need all combinations. What color are they? Ik Cu reacts with NH4OH. is the precipitate white?? what about the others?
October 19, 2008

Comments please? what is your opinion? History
can you name some of the factions that were part of the civil rights mov?
October 12, 2008

Comments please? what is your opinion? History
Alana: ....Do you believe that powerful factions today, have destroyed, or have the potential to destroy the republic that the Founding Fathers have created, or do you think that factions help the assist the formation of a more developed nation? I agree with Alana about how ...
October 12, 2008

chem
our task is to determine which liquid is which, two blue solutions and two clear choices: CUSO4 CU(NO3)2 NH4OH CaCl2 how do i do this? ik that cooper solutions r blue...
October 8, 2008

Chemistry
ok ill post it a little bit later this weekend, will you be available?
October 8, 2008

Chemistry
sorry, my friend is Graymon, i forgot to change the name when i posted before
October 8, 2008

Chemistry
the task is to determine which liquid is which, two blue solutions and two clear choices: CUSO4 CU(NO3)2 NH4OH CaCl2
October 8, 2008

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