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Practice Exercise 3

This activity contains 6 questions.

Question 1
1 What is the maximum number of electrons that can be in a set of p orbitals?
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Question 2
2 In what atomic orbital is the unpaired electron of a sodium atom?
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Question 3
3 Which compound has the strongest carbon sigma bond?
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Question 4
4 The calorie is the traditional unit for energy. The international system prefers the joule. How are they related?
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Question 5
5 If we start with n atomic orbitals of one type and m atomic orbitals of another type and hybridize all of these orbitals, how many hybrid orbitals have we made?
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Question 6
6 Which compound contains the shortest carbon–hydrogen bonds?
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