Give atomic recipes comparing to each of the accompanying ball-and-stick sub-atomic representations red O, dark C

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Give atomic equations relating to each of the accompanying ball-and-stick sub-atomic representations (red = O, dark = C, blue = N, ivory = H). In composing the recipe, list the particles in order request.. 2.28

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2.25 If yellow circles speak to sulfur iotas and red circles speak to oxygen particles, which of the accompanying drawings demonstrates a gathering of sulfur dioxide atoms? Which drawing speaks to a blend?

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2.26 Assume that the blend of substances in drawing (an) experiences a response. Which of the drawings (b)–(d) speaks to an item blend steady with the law of mass preservation?

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2.27 If red and blue circles speak to iotas of various components, which two of the accompanying drawings delineate the law of numerous extents?

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2.28 Give sub-atomic equations comparing to each of the accompanying ball-and-stick sub-atomic portrayals (red = O, dark = C, blue = N, ivory = H). In composing the equation, list the particles in sequential request.

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2.29 Which of the accompanying drawings speaks to a Na molecule? A Ca 2 + particle? A F  particle?

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2.30 Indicate where in the occasional table the accompanying components are found: (an) Elements that generally frame anions (b) Elements that normally shape cations (c) Elements that ordinarily shape covalent bonds

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2.31 In the accompanying drawings, red circles speak to cations and blue circles speak to anions. Coordinate each of the drawings (a)–(d) with the accompanying ionic exacerbates: (a) Ca 3 (PO 4 ) 2 (b) LiCO 3 (c) FeCl 2 (d) MgSO 4

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