Test2-Compound Review

Test2-Compound Review - Compound Review Text Citation :...

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Compound Review Text Citation : Sections 5.5, 5.2, 5.9, 1.5 E-book pages 5.5-6, 5.2 (all), 5.9 (all) Terms to know : bond length, bond energy, dipole, covalent bond, polar covalent bond, ionic bond, ionic character, covalent character, conversion factor Questions addressed in class (that you should be able to answer in a sentence): - How is bond energy related to bond order? - How is bond length related to bond order? - Why are some bonds polar? - How can there be a continuum of ionic or covalent character in bonds? - What governs how much ionic character or covalent character a bond has? - What criteria are we using for whether a bond is "covalent" or "ionic"? - How can a chemical formula be turned into a conversion factor? Additional problems: See Chapter 5, Exercises # 5, 11, 13, 15, 29, 31 See Chapter 6, Exercise # 19 1 Describe the bonding in the following compounds as covalent or ionic: a) KCl b) CO 2 c) CCl 4 d) SO 3 e) Na 2 S f) FeCl 3 2. In each of the following pairs, select the bond that is more polar:
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