Chem 1.jpg - Gillian Peters EXPERIMENT#B Interpreting Evidence 1 If there are non handed domains the shape we predict might not be the actual shape

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Unformatted text preview: Gillian Peters EXPERIMENT #B Interpreting Evidence* 1 . If there are non - handed domains , the shape we predict might not be the actual shape . 2 . \The tetrahedron shape has four electron domains coming out of the center* element . Single or double bands on the molecule can change the molecule* geometry so that it looks like a tripod .` 3 .` The importance of having & electrons is that it makes the matecule stable* each molecule tries to have & electrons in order to be stable . 4 . Non - bonded electron pairs help to determine the shapes of molecules by distorting the shape of the molecular model . For example , a model with 3 domains should have a trigonal planar shape but having a non- bonding domain will make the shape bent . 5 . COZ and 502 don't have the same molecular geometry because SOZ has two more valence electrons as well as three domains , while COZ only has two domains . COZ is linear and 502 is expected to be trigonal planar but is Do they have actually bent . Both 03 and 502 had one non -bonded domain out of the three .* Same shaw G. NF 3 should be tetrahedron , but actually is trigonal pyramidal . For H25 , it is expected to be tetrahedron but is bent . CL. 20 is also expected be tetrahedron but is bent. HZD is similar to H25 and CL. 20. NH3 was similar to NF3 . Making Claims 1 . The shape that the molecule is expected to be may not be the actual shape depending on its non- bonding domains . 2. No, atoms with an odd number of valence electrons cannot obey the octet rule because they create free radicals . Both NO and NOZ do not obey the octet rule . Reflecting on the Investigation 1 . In advertising we study graphs that attempt to predict trends in consumer behavior and purchases . 2 . The molecules are 3 D on the computer , but you're not able to physically see the shape or touch the molecule unless you actually make the molecule* yourself . The molecule in the textbooks are only 2D . 3 . A greenhouse gas is any type of gas that absorbs infrared radiation , which then traps 8:096 ofheat in our atmosphere that the earth is trying to lose . COZ functions as a greenhouse gas by trapping more heat on earth , which increases the temperature . All the molecules from this experiment can act as greenhouse gases besides N 2, 02, and 03 because those three are homo - atomic molecules which aren't capable of being greenhouse gases . 4 . 03 absorbs harmful radiation in the stratosphere and protects us from the sun . It is formed by 02 - 20 then 0 + 02_> 03...
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