chm151-10solns - 10.1 Cl Cl C H Cl The electron-pair and...

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10.1 Cl C Cl Cl H The electron-pair and molecular geometries are tetrahedral. The C atom is sp 3 hybridized. Three of these hybrid orbitals each overlap with a chlorine 3 p orbital to form three C—Cl sigma bonds. One hybrid orbital overlaps with a hydrogen 1 s orbital to from a C—H sigma bond. 10.2 F N F F The electron pair geometry is tetrahedral and the molecular geometry is trigonal pyramidal. The N atom is sp 3 hybridized. Three of these hybrid orbitals each overlap a fluorine 2 p orbital to form three N—F sigma bonds. 10.5 (a) C: sp 3 O: sp 3 (b) From left to right: sp 3 , sp 2 , sp 2 (c) N: sp 3 C H 2 : sp 3 C O 2 H: sp 2 10.8 electron-pair geometry molecular geometry hybridization (a) O Xe F F F F octahedral square pyramid sp 3 d 2 (b) F S F O F F trigonal bipyramidal see-saw sp 3 d (c) F Br F F F F octahedral square pyramid sp 3 d 2 (d) Br Br Br Š trigonal bipyramidal linear sp 3 d 10.11 The C atom is sp 2 hybridized. Two of the sp 2 hybrid orbitals are used to form C—Cl
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2008 for the course CHEM 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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chm151-10solns - 10.1 Cl Cl C H Cl The electron-pair and...

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