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Outline_1_chpts_1_an - sec 1.12 VII Properties of Covalent Bonds and Covalent Compounds A Polarity of Covalent Bonds sec 1.14 B Dipole Moments sec

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CHEM 2250 OUTLINE #1 Chapters 1 and 2 CHAPTER 1 I. Why Atoms Form Bonds A. Core electrons and valence electrons sec. 1.2 B. Electronegativity and bonding type sec. 1.14 II. How Atoms Form Bonds A. Ionic compounds B. Covalent compounds and Lewis structures sec. 1.5 C. Formal charges sec. 1.6 D. Polyatomic cations and anions III. 2-D Drawings of Organic Compounds sec. 2.2 A. Condensed formulas B. Bond-line formulas IV. The Shape of Things: VSEPR Theory sec. 1.7 V. Bonding Model : Localized Valence Bond Model sec. 1.9 A. Hybridization of second row atoms sec. 1.10 1. 3-D bonding picture of methane 2. 3-D bonding picture of ethene 3. 3-D bonding picture of acetylene (ethyne) B. 3-D bonding picture of acetaldehyde C. Bond Length and Bond Strength Based on Atom Hybridization VI. Resonance forms, short-fall of the Localized Valence Bond Model
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Unformatted text preview: sec. 1.12 VII. Properties of Covalent Bonds and Covalent Compounds A. Polarity of Covalent Bonds sec. 1.14 B. Dipole Moments sec. 1.15 VIII. Functional Groups sec. 2.12-2.14 IX. Nonbonding Interactions sec 1.16 A. London Forces B. Dipole-dipole interactions C. Hydrogen bonding D. Boiling points, melting points, and solubility E. Ion-dipole interaction and solubility Problems: 1-6, 8, 11, 14-23, 25-30, 32-36, 39-45 CHAPTER 2 I. Hydrocarbons and Alkanes sec. 2.1 II. Isomers: A General Isomer Outline III. Constitutional Isomers sec. 2.3 A. Skeletal isomers B. Positional isomers C. Functional isomers IV. Systematic Nomenclature sec. 2.5 V. Classification of Carbon Atoms sec. 2.7 VI. Physical and Chemical Properties of Alkanes sec. 2.8 & 2.9 Problems: 1, 2, 3(a&b), 4-13, 15-32, 35, 38, 39...
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