From 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten
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Problems from the text
PS2.5. Problem 3.18 in Brown and LeMay
Problem 3.18 in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay and Bursten
PS2.8. Problem 2.49 in Brown and LeMay.
"Many familiar substances have common, unsystematic names. In each of the
following cases. give the correct systematic name: (a) saltpeter (KNO3); (b)
soda ash (Na2CO3); (c) lime (CaO); (d) baking soda (NaHCO3); (e) lye
(NaOH); (f) muriatic acid (HCl); (g) milk of magnesia (Mg(OH)2), (h) dry ice
(CO2); ammonia (NH3)."
PS8.1. Exercise 5.8 in Brown & LeMay
Exercise 7.22 in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten
PS8.2. Exercise 5.10 in Brown & LeMay
"(a) Arrange the following series of elements in order of increasing metallic character: Si, Sn, C, Ge, Pb. (b) Arrange the following series in order of increasing nonmetallic character: As, P, Bi, Sb, N."
PS8.3. Exercise 5.11 in Brown & LeMay
"Write the chemical formula of the compound formed by (a) magnesium and iodine; (b) gallium and oxygen; (c) barium and bromine."
PS8.4. Exercise 5.13 in Brown & LeMay
Exercise 7.25 in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten
PS8.5. Exercise 5.23 in Brown & LeMay
Exercise 4.43 in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten
PS8.6. Exercise 5.25 in Brown & LeMay
Exercise 4.45 in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten
PS8.7. Exercise 5.28 in Brown & LeMay
Exercise 4.48 (a) and (b) in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten and
"(c) Predict whether the following reaction will occur:
PS8.8. Exercise 5.17 in Brown & LeMay
Exercise 7.29 in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten
PS8.9. Exercise 5.32 in Brown & LeMay
"What is the charge of each of the following ions: (a) selenide; (b) astinide; (c) phosphide; (d) cesium?"
PS8.10. Exercise 5.34 in Brown & LeMay
"From the following elements - oxygen, sulfur, lithium, silver, iodine, germanium, aluminum - pick the one that best fits each of the following descriptions; (a) an active metal that forms a cation with a 1+ charge; (b) a grayish-black solid that readily forms a purple vapor; (c) a metal that dissolves in NaOH solution; (d) a metalloid; (e) a yellow nonmetal."
PS14.4. Problem 9.27 in Brown and LeMay.
Problem 9.32 in 5th Ed. of Brown, LeMay & Bursten