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Question 1: However, it is common to distinguish between the inductive effect and the ________, which might be described as σ- and π-electronegativities respectively.
Orbital hybridisationValence bond theoryResonance (chemistry)Aromaticity

Question 2: Periodic table of electronegativity using the ________
HalogenNoble gasElectronegativityMetal

Question 3: [1] An atom's electronegativity is affected by both its ________ and the distance that its valence electrons reside from the charged nucleus.
FluorineAtomic weightBoronAvogadro constant

Question 4: Kabachnik parameters are group electronegativities for use in ________.
OrganophosphorusOrganocopper compoundOrganoselenium chemistryOrganoboron chemistry

Question 5: First proposed by ________ in 1932 as a development of valence bond theory,[2] it has been shown to correlate with a number of other chemical properties.
Glenn T. SeaborgLinus PaulingRoger AdamsMelvin Calvin

Question 6: There are a number of linear free-energy relationships which have been used to quantify these effects, of which the ________ is the best known.
AcidSolventHammett equationSN1 reaction

Question 7: Electronegativity, symbol χ (the Greek letter chi), is a chemical property that describes the ability of an ________ (or, more rarely, a functional group) to attract electrons (or electron density) towards itself.
PhotonNeutronMatterAtom

Question 8: The effect can also be clearly seen in the dissociation constants of the oxoacids of ________.
HydrogenOxygenChlorineNitrogen

Question 9: This gives a ________, commonly referred to as the Pauling scale, on a relative scale running from 0.7 to 4.0 (hydrogen = 2.2).
Fluid dynamicsDimensionless quantityReynolds numberKeulegan–Carpenter number

Question 10: Hence CrO3 and Mn2O7 are acidic oxides with low ________, while Cr2O3 is amphoteric and Mn2O3 is a completely basic oxide.
Melting pointLiquidPhase transitionSolid







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