# Prompts for Chemistry and Physics Questions

You can use these prompts in your questions or assignments.

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<p:agree>

A difference of ±10% would be considered acceptable in this situation.

<p:agree2>

For values to be in agreement, percent error should be less than percent uncertainty.

<p:anion>

[Ni(CN)4]2- for Ni(CN)42-

<p:cation>

[NH4]+ for NH4+

<p:ccw>

counterclockwise from the +x-axis

<p:charge>

<p:chempad-Kc>

Concentration equilibrium expressions take the general form 'Kc = [HCl]2 / [H2] . [Cl2]'.

<p:chempad-Keq>

Equilibrium expressions take the general form 'Keq = [HCl]2 / [H2] . [Cl2]'.

<p:chempad-Kp>

Pressure equilibrium expressions take the general form 'Kp = pHCl2 / pH2 . pCl2'.

<p:chempad-Kpp>

Pressure equilibrium expressions take the general form 'Kp = (pHCl)2 / H2 . Cl2'.

<p:chempad-Ksp>

Solubility equilibrium expressions take the general form 'Ksp = [Ag+ ] . [Cl- ]'.

<p:chempad-lst>

Separate substances in a list with a comma.

<p:chempad-rate>

Rate expressions take the general form 'rate = k . [H2] . [Cl2]'.

<p:chempad-rnk>

Use the appropriate <, =, or > symbol to separate substances in the list.

<p:chempad-som-given>

<p:chempad-som-omit>

<p:chempad-som-satp>

<p:chempad-som-stp>

<p:chempad-som-tss>

<p:data>

Use the exact values you enter for your data to make later calculations.

<p:electronconfig1>

<p:electronconfig2>

Type your answer using the format [Ar] 4s2 3d10 4p2 for [Ar]4s23d104p2.

<p:formula1>

CO2 for CO2

<p:formula2>

Al(OH)3 for Al(OH)3

<p:hyper>

Use the from the Advanced menu to designate a generic portion of the molecule.

<p:includeunits>

<p:indicate>

<p:kcomplex>

[A2]1+ / ([B2] * [C]1-) for [A21+] / ([B2] * [C1-])

<p:ksimple>

[CO2]2/[H2][Fe]2 for [CO2]2 / [H2][Fe]2

<p:marvin-eflow>

Draw the appropriate arrows.

<p:marvin-nlp>

<p:marvin-noH>

<p:marvin-showD>

All hydrogen atoms are implied, but any deuterium isotopes must be shown where appropriate.

<p:marvinformalcharge>

To confirm that the charges are correct, right click on an atom and select the Charge submenu.

<p:microunits>

When entering units, use micro for the metric system prefix µ.

<p:multistep>

Select "none" if no further reagents are needed. If there are multiple possibilities, give the shortest route.

<p:namecomplexion>

<p:nameioniccompound>

<p:nameioniccompound-archaic>

Type your answer using the format copper(II) chloride or cupric chloride for CuCl2.

<p:nonphysical>

If the situation described is non-physical enter NONPHYSICAL.

<p:norounding>

Enter an unrounded value.

<p:novariables>

Substitute numeric values, do not use variables.

<p:nuclear>

Enter the first (raised) number in the first box, the second (lower) number in the second box, and the symbol of the element in the third box.

<p:nuclear2>

Use beta for β and e to represent an electron.

<p:orbitaldiagram>

Enter UP to indicate an upwards pointing arrow, DOWN to indicate a downwards pointing arrow, UP/DOWN to indicate two arrows, and BLANK to indicate no arrows.

<p:oxidation>

<p:padvariable>

Use any variable or symbol stated above as necessary.

<p:padvariableplus>

Use any variable or symbol stated above along with the following as necessary:

<p:ranking>

Use only '>' or '=' symbols. If any elements are equal, show their equality in alphabetic order - for example: a>b=c.

<p:ranking2>

Use only ">" or "=" symbols. Do not include any parentheses around the letters or symbols.

<p:samplecalc>

The values you enter for your sample calculation should exactly match the corresponding values you entered above.

<p:scinot>

Type your answer using one of the following formats, 1.2e-3 for 0.0012 and 1.20e+2 for 120.

<p:sciround>

If you enter your answer in scientific notation, round the decimal value to two decimal places. Use equivalent rounding if you do not enter your answer in scientific notation.

<p:spreadsheet>

You will not submit this spreadsheet. However, the results will be needed later in this problem.

<p:unitsohm>

When entering units, use ohm for Ω .

<p:unrounded>

Enter an unrounded value. Use at least one more digit than given.

<p:usevariables>

Do not substitute numerical values, use variables only.

<p:variable>

Use the following as necessary:

<p:variables>

Use the following variables as necessary:

<p:zerodir>

If the magnitude is zero enter NONE for the direction.

<p:zeromag>

The magnitude is zero.