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Lecture 3 Organic Chemistry Brief 8A Announcements- Error in Syllabus! • Quiz DATES: Monday April 20 Wednesday May 6 Monday June 1 Workshop/Review Sessions • Teaching Assistants – Ms. Schirle: Mondays 10:30-11:30 Rm. 1480A (Chem Annex). Office hours to follow in Room.1480 – Ms. Ross: Tuesdays 1-2, Rm. 161 (Main Chem). Office hours to follow in Room 1480 (Chem Annex) Peer Tutor Workshops • Tuesdays 6-7 Room 161(Chemistry) • Thursday – 12-1 Room 161 (Chemistry) – 2-3 Room 1480A (Chem. Annex) • Fridays 11-12 Room 161 (Chemistry)
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Last week-- we learned about the Octet Rule What is the Octet Rule? A. Atoms prefer to have 8 bonds B. Atoms make bonds to get as many electrons as possible C. An atom is most stable if its outer shell is filled or contains 8 electrons D. Atomic orbitals are usually found to be lowest in energy if they contain 8 electrons How many valence electrons does F have?? A.
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2009 for the course CHE 66010 taught by Professor Sheiladavid during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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