table, and indicate how it would be used by a chemist

Write the full electronic configuration for the following: Phosphorus Sodium Calcium Krypton Bromine Carbon Nitrogen Fluorine Hydrogen Silicon QUESTION 2 1. Write a brief note on the importance of the Periodic table, and indicate how it would be used by a chemist, giving examples of where you may have used it QUESTION 3 Write a short note on the shape of the Water molecule QUESTION 4 1. Full marks will be given if you get the correct answer, however if not, marks will be given based on the information you provide on the method you employed to achieve the final answer. What is the molarity (M) of a solution containing 1.4 mol of acetic acid (CH3COOH) in 250 ml of solution? QUESTION 5 1. Full marks will be given if you get the correct answer, however if not, marks will be given based on the information you provide on the method you employed to achieve the final answer. Calculate the Molarity (M) of a HCl solution which contains 0.522g of HCl in 0.592L of Solution. QUESTION 6 1. Full marks will be given if you get the correct answer, however if not, marks will be given based on the information you provide on the method you employed to achieve the final answer. What is the molarity of a solution made by dissolving 2.00g of potassium chloride (KCl) in enough water to make 150 ml of solution? QUESTION 7 1. Full marks will be given if you get the correct answer, however if not, marks will be given based on the information you provide on the method you employed to achieve the final answer. How many grams of potassium hydroxide (KOH) are required to prepare 600 ml of 0.450 M KOH solution QUESTION 8 1. Full marks will be given if you get the correct answer, however if not, marks will be given based on the information you provide on the method you employed to achieve the final answer. Calculate the number of moles of nitric acid in 325ml of 16 M HNO3 solution QUESTION 9 1. Full marks will be given if you get the correct answer, however if not, marks will be given based on the information you provide on the method you employed to achieve the final answer. How many mls of 2.00 M HCl will react with 28.0 g of NaOH QUESTION 10 1. Briefly describe using a suitable example, how in the laboratory, you could purify an organic compound (which is soluble in hot water, but not in cold water), from a mixture of 2 contaminants, one of which is not soluble in water, and the other of which is soluble in both hot and cold water.

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