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A Hands-on Experiment to Verify Consistency from Bulk Density to Atomic and Ionic Radii with Lumps of Metals and Ionic Compounds

Title
A Hands-on Experiment to Verify Consistency from Bulk Density to Atomic and Ionic Radii with Lumps of Metals and Ionic Compounds
Authors
Kim, Seong KyunPaik, Seoung-Hey
DGIST Authors
Kim, Seong Kyun
Issue Date
2019-04-18
Citation
대한화학회 제123회 학술발표회, 290-291
Type
Conference
Abstract
A hands-on experiment to obtain atomic and ionic radii with lumps of metal and ionic compounds is reported here. The experiment is performed with industrial-grade typical metals (iron, copper, aluminum, and lead) and single-crystal lumps of ionic compounds (sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and potassium bromide). Students measure the dimension of the given lumps with Vernier calipers and weigh them with a precision balance. After measuring the dimension and mass of the given lumps, students can calculate the atomic and ionic radius of each corresponding atom and ion with the obtained density values and information about the lattice structures. The obtained values of the metal atomic radii and the ionic radii of ionic compounds are very close to values in the literature. After this activity, the students came to appreciate that atomic radii, as typical sub-microscopic and symbolic representations, are actually existing features and not an abstract concept. The experiment reported here is suitable for a first-year undergraduate general chemistry class as well as an introductory class at the high school level.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/14495
Publisher
대한화학회
Related Researcher
  • Author Kim, Seong Kyun Sustainable Chemistry Laboratory
  • Research Interests Homogeneous Catalysis for organic reactions& polymerizations; High Performance Polymer Synthesis; Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Frameworks
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Department of Physics and ChemistrySustainable Chemistry Laboratory2. Conference Papers


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