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Quinton Sprague 1A
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Anyone know if we are permitted to use a periodic table with electronegativity values on it?
Lea Baskin Monk 1F
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I don't think we can. I think the only periodic table we can access is the plain periodic table on Dr. Lavelle's website.
Andrew Dao 3C
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Yeah I think we just need to know the trend of electronegativity along the periodic table, which follows electron affinity in that it increases the closer one gets to the top and right side of the table (almost noble gas).
Joel Meza 3I
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You're only ever allowed a non-marked version of the periodic table on Lavelle's website. Just make sure you know the trends by memory for all of his exams.
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You can use the one from the chem14a website.
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As said above, we have to use the blank periodic table Lavelle provides for us on his website
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