Chemistry 222 General Chemistry Problem Set 1

Chemistry 222 General Chemistry Problem Set 1 - a. A...

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Chemistry 222, section 500 Spring 2007 Polar Bonds and Molecules 1. Classify each of the following compounds as nonpolar covalent, polar covalent, or ionic: a. Br 2 b. Mg 3 N 2 c. N 2 O d. SF 6 e. LiF 2. Select the more polar bond in each of the following pairs, using your knowledge of electronegativity trends in the Periodic Table. a. C-C or C-O b. Si-S or Si-Cl c. P-O or P-S d. F-Cl or F-Br 3. Classify each of the following bonds as nonpolar covalent, polar covalent, or ionic: a. Si-Cl b. C-C c. Na-Cl d. C-H e. F-F f. C-N g. N-F 4. Predict the shape and polarity (polar or nonpolar) of each of the following molecules. Assume all bonds are polar.
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Unformatted text preview: a. A central atom with two bonded atoms and one lone pair. b. A central atom bonded to two identical atoms and no lone pairs c. A central atom with three identical bonded atoms and one lone pair d. A central atom with four bonded atoms that are not identical and no lone pairs e. A central atom with four identical bonded atoms and no lone pairs 5. Determine the shape and polarity (polar or nonpolar) for each of the following molecules. Note: Lone pairs are NOT shown. You must add them, if necessary. N F F F Si Br Br Br Br S O O C C H H C O Cl Cl...
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