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Unformatted text preview: the anti conformations. The bond energies are the highest when the dihedral angles are 60 and 180. The trends in the textbook. III. The energy of the bonding orbitals of the sigma bond in H2 was -0.59424A, and the energy of the antibonding orbitals was 0.26570A. The antibonding was higher in energy because the electrons are repelling each other. This is expected. IV. Name Structure Dipole Moment Ethyl bromide Br 3.2117 O H H 2.6584 Acetone O 3.1381 Methyl Amine 1.7468 Diethyl Ether O 3.5740 Cyanamide H 2 N N 2.5824 Methanol OH H H H 2.1227 Formic Acid OH O 1.77 Ester O O H 1.7712 Formanyde O NH 2 H 4.118 V. The stability of alkenes shows 1-hexene being the least stable alkene according to the bond energies. 1-hexene-232.88166065 E-3-hexene-232.25405259 Z-3-hexene-232.25101379 2-methyl-2pentene-233.4432694 2, 3 dimethyl 2 butene-232.88240740 Discussion...
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2009 for the course BI 379 taught by Professor Kavaler during the Spring '09 term at Colby.
- Spring '09