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Ch7 Worksheet key - CH101/Ison I Polar vs non-polar Ch7...

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CH101/Ison Ch7 Worksheet Name: __________, __________ I. Polar vs. non-polar: 1. Polar molecules have at least 1 polar bond or 1 lone pair 2. The polar bonds or lone pairs must be arranged in space so that the dipoles don’t cancel out. 3. C-H bonds are considered non-polar C O O B F F F C S O O O H H O H H N H H H C H H Cl Cl C Cl Cl Cl Cl C C C C C C H H F H F H C C C C C C F H F H F H B Cl F F C C C C C C F H H F H H polar polar polar polar polar polar polar Non-polar Non-polar Non-polar Non-polar Non-polar
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Ch7 Worksheet Name: __________, __________ II. Intermolecular forces: Name What types of molecules Trend Example molecule (draw interaction) STRONGEST Hydrogen- bonding Those containing direct O-H N-H F-H bonds N/A Dipole-dipole Polar molecules Dispersion WEAKEST All molecules Higher MW molecules have stronger dispersion forces Practice problems: 1. Draw a hydrogen-bonding interaction between two molecules of HF.
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