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September 4, 2006 1. Assume that every atom has an octet of electrons, except of course hydrogen. a. Fill in all non—bonding electrons not shown.
b. Determine the hybridization of all non—hydrogen atoms. “he 3 O: ()5 Pzggc‘ (' C and O
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an, 2 \ozea er wnem BXQe , Cub-52+!
N:.5‘-ko:-l c. Describe the bond polarization of each bond using the d+ / d- convention.
d. Draw the dipole moment arrow for the entire molecule. Is it polar covalent,
nonpolar covalent or ionic in character. e. Draw a plausible resonance structure for each compound. 4
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, r, N O.
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ll [ \1' ,_ - + “é
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k\ 74 c - \ﬁ“ 2. Identify the acid, base, conjugate acid, conjugate base in the reactions shown. Use
arrow formalism to show the ﬂow of electrons. ' /0/7IC -* m e-f—ai + A
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0H4 0 Li®
' lorm. LiH H2
L-I‘ + H_ C . (XE/Lot
' N02 NO2
C3:_Q\CyL—‘M/3 (“Mk vao‘lu
CE W‘W’j‘m' w a a
H bah-9‘ H A IDCUXA
0/ ' -
= /l\ H—A
H/ MILO/k bc'MLL d. (LCJ Ck ’Lx H H boy
HQ Q; H Cl
H --> Q —~
H H fill in missi-ng charge
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