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Global Warming December 12, 2007 Sheldon Pope & Brandon Pezzuto
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1. See attached. 2. Table 2 # Atoms attached View from top # of degrees View from side Geometrical Status 2 O—O—O 180 O—O—O linear 3 O—O—O 120 O O O O Trigonal Planar 4 O—O—O 90 O O--O--O O Tetrahedral 3. These could possibly be the same molecule due to resonant structure. This means that they have the same atoms but they are rearranged because the molecules can be oriented differently around the center atom. The 2 dimensional picture is not sufficient because it does not show structural views from all angles, if the structure of the atom is different in both instances then, it is not the same molecule. 4.A) Water is polar meaning it has a positive and negative end. When a negative charge from static electricity is place near moving water, the positive poles will be attracted to the negative charge on the pen. Cyclohexane is non-polar meaning it does not have a positive or a negative end. This means that when a negative charge is placed near it will not bend towards the charge because
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CHEM 403 taught by Professor Bauer during the Spring '08 term at New Hampshire.

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