Chemistry

Refer to the table given for the ionic radii in your lab manual and approximate the attractive portion of the lattice energy for 1 mole of the following salts. (Consider only one bond if more than one bond exists.)
a) Ca3P2
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b) MoCl4
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c) Cs2O
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