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    lanthanide

    inner transition metal in the top of the bottom two rows of the periodic table

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What a homogenous mixture
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Define homologous series
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when iron is exposed to moisture and it rusts,the value of deltaG for the reaction is
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define aci according to Lewis
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an acid is an electron pair acceptor according to lewis
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What is a homogenous mixture
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the third ionization energy of aluminium
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Discuss the synthesis of sucrose
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Metalloids are substances having the characteristics of both metals and non-metals
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The number of chemical bonds the atoms of a certain element can form.
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ionization energy is qualitatively defined as the minimum amount of energy required to remove the most loosely bound electron, the valence electron, of an isolated neutral gaseous atom, molecule or io
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If a sample of neon gas at 25.00∘C and 0.500 atm is heated at a constant volume until the pressure is 0.850 atm, what must be the final temperature of the gas in Kelvin? Use −273.15∘C for absolute zero. Report your answer with three significant figures.
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The final temperature of the gas in Kelvin is 506.855
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