Chemistry zumdahl 9th edition

The status of the period 7 congener of the noble gases, oganesson (Og) , is not known—it may or may not be a noble gas. It was originally predicted to be a noble gas [70] but may instead be a fairly reactive solid with an anomalously low first ionisation potential, due to relativistic effects . [71] On the other hand, if relativistic effects peak in period 7 at element 112, copernicium (as is thought to be the case), oganesson may turn out to be a noble gas after all, [72] albeit more reactive than either xenon or radon. Regardless, oganesson is predicted to be a nonmetal, and probably the only one in period 7.

Chemistry zumdahl 9th edition

chemistry zumdahl 9th edition

Media:

chemistry zumdahl 9th editionchemistry zumdahl 9th editionchemistry zumdahl 9th editionchemistry zumdahl 9th edition