Match each set of energy sublevels to the principal energy level that contains them.

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  • Réponse publiée par: rhaineandreirefuerzo

    (C) Hydrogen bonding.

    ▪ Hydrogen bond causes the attraction between water molecules.

    ▪ Inner molecules are attracted evenly from alld irections. But surface molecules have unbalanced force caused by inner pulling. This is surface tension.

    ▪ Thus causes the net upward force in upper layer of water. This helps striders to walk on water.

  • Réponse publiée par: HaHannah

    Good Day

    Given:

       _Bi(NO₃)₃  + _CaI₂     ⇒    _ BiI₃    +  _Ca(NO₃)₂

    The type of chemical reaction is double displacement in which cations in both compound of the reactant switch places in the product.

    To Balance the chemical equation:

           2Bi(NO₃)₃  +  3CaI₂    ⇒   2BiI₃   +  3Ca(NO₃)₂                          ↓                                        ↓                    Reactant                           Product                      Bi = 2                                 Bi = 2                     Ca= 3                                 Ca= 3                      I  = 6                                    I = 6                   NO₃ = 6                              NO₃ = 6

    We balance the chemical equation since atoms are not destroyed in the process and the mass is conserved. The mass of the reactant is equal to the mass of the product which also means, the number of atoms of elements in both the product and reactant are equal.

    Hope it helps=)

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