Lecture 12

Lecture 12 - HC7N C8H CH3COCH3 CH3C4CN HC9N HC11 ~130 KNOWN...

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p. 202 Lecture 12: Molecular Orbitals- Polyatomics
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Final Exam:   Thursday, Dec 13  5:00 - 8:00 1 LeConte CLOSED BOOK
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Luciano….You have THREE more lectures to learn your Heavy Metal Music!!
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Holy Water St. John Vianney Church Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin ca. 1959
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Fig. 4-5, p. 119 SPECTROSCOPY : THE INTERACTION OF LIGHT WITH MATTER
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“It’s not a perfect world.  Get over it!!”
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It’s Not A Perfect World… And It Could Get Worse!
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p. 202 10% of Universe Mass is in Interstellar Dust Clouds
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H2 CH CH+ NH OH C2 CN CO SiC CP CS NO NS SO HCl NaCl KCl AlCl AlF PN SiN SiO SiS CO+ SO+ HF H3+ N2O CH2 NH2 H2O H2S C2H HCN HNC HCO HCO+ HOC+ N2H+ HNO HCS+ C3 C2O C2S c-SiC2 SO2 CO2 OCS MgNC MgCN NaCN NH3 H3O+ H2CO H2CS C2H2 HCNH+ H2CN C3H c-C3H HCCN HNCO HOCO+ HNCS C3N C3O C3S c-SiC3 CH4 SiH4 CH2NH C3H2 c-C3H2 CH2CN NH2CN CH2CO HCOOH C4H HC3N HCCNC HNCCC C4Si C5 H2COH+ CH3OH CH3SH C2H4 CH3CN CH3NC HC2CHO NH2CHO HC3NH+ H2C4 C5H C5S CH3NH2 CH3CCH CH3CHO CH2CHCN C6H HC5N c-C2H4O CH3OCHO CH3C3N C7H C6H2 CH3COOH (?) CH3OCH3 CH3CH2OH CH3CH2CN CH3C4H
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Unformatted text preview: HC7N C8H CH3COCH3 CH3C4CN HC9N HC11 ~130 KNOWN INTERSTELLAR MOLECULES CARMA( California ) Fig. 20-3, p. 830 Molecules Rotate Fig. 20-6a, p. 833 T=L2/2I L=IW Cowboy Chemistry The Study of Vigorous Chemical Reactions CO Pure Rotational Spectrum HCl Vibration-Rotation Spectrum Rovibronic spectra of CH 2 + Fig. 6-CO, p. 211 The Molecular Orbital Molecular Orbital Description of Chemical Reactions p. 202 Lecture 12: Molecular Orbitals-Polyatomics Polyatomic Molecular Orbitals(Generalized Valence Bond Approach) 1. Write Lewis structure 2. Use VSEPR to determine geometry(steric number) 1. Describe sigma(localized) bonds with hybrid orbitals formed from LCAOs on central atom 1. Describe pi(delocalized) bonds with unhybridized P orbitals 5. Determine # of e- in sigma orbitals 6. Determine # of e- in pi orbitals 1. Determine bond order,electron configuration with correlation diagram BLACKBOARD This lecture is Terminated !!!...
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Lecture 12 - HC7N C8H CH3COCH3 CH3C4CN HC9N HC11 ~130 KNOWN...

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