Bismuth and Arsenic

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Anil Chaganti 3L
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Bismuth and Arsenic

Postby Anil Chaganti 3L » Sat Dec 05, 2020 12:34 pm

The textbook states that Bismuth and Arsenic are amphoteric but yesterday's lecture stated otherwise; which should we follow? Are they acidic or amphoteric?

Rylee Mangan 1K
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Re: Bismuth and Arsenic

Postby Rylee Mangan 1K » Sat Dec 05, 2020 1:26 pm

Since Lavelle creates the exams I would go off of his chart/lecture. My TA said he would not intentionally try to mess us up with these on the final.

Madison Muggeo 3H
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Re: Bismuth and Arsenic

Postby Madison Muggeo 3H » Sat Dec 05, 2020 5:38 pm

Hi! Someone in the UA session today had a similar question and the UA said to just go by what Lavelle tells us, as he is the one in charge :)

Simi Kapila_3E
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Re: Bismuth and Arsenic

Postby Simi Kapila_3E » Sat Dec 05, 2020 5:42 pm

My TA was telling us that if there are any discrepancies between Dr. Lavelle's lectures and the textbook, or some other source, always follow what Dr. Lavelle is saying.


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