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ANNOUCEMENTS Workshop on Friday No class on Monday, 11/27. Recorded lecture will be posted on Canvas this Friday. ACS study guides on sale during lab, $25.
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Final Exam Review: What is the name of Sn(SO 4 ) 2 ? A. Tin (IV) bisulfate B. Tin (IV) sulfate C. Tin bisulfate D. Tin (II) sulfate
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Final Exam Review: What is the name of N 2 O 3 ? A. Nitric oxide B. Nitrogen (III) oxide C. Nitrogen (II) oxide D. Dinitrogen trioxide
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Final Exam Review: What is the formula for phosphoric acid? A. H 2 PO 4 B. H 2 PO 3 C. H 3 PO 4 D. H 3 PO 3
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Chapter 8: Covalent Bonding Learning Objectives 8E. Recognize that Lewis structures are only used to represent atoms and molecules and ions that contain covalent bonds (this model is not used for ionic compounds) 8F. Draw a Lewis structure for a molecule or ion that obeys the octet rule 8G. Recognize when the octet rule is not obeyed and draw Lewis structures for expanded valence shell or electron deficient molecules 8H. Evaluate whether a molecule is described by multiple resonance structures and draw the resonance structures that represent electron delocalization
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8.2a.-LO.8E,F. The covalent bonding model In covalent bonding, each atom achieves a full outer (valence) level of electrons by sharing electrons. Therefore, each atom in a covalent bond “counts” the shared electrons as belonging entirely to itself.
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