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Unformatted text preview: sonance structures are different electronic configurations of the same structure. O A H C N H H BH C N H H C N H DH C N H H A H C BH C N H H C O H C H O N H DH C N H H O H C N H 17 O H H C N H H H O C N H 18 H 3 9/9/2009 Choose the order that has the following structures arranged with respect to increasing stability. 1. maximum bonding (very important) 2. minimize charge separation. 3. O 34567 B C NOF Si P S Cl Br I Arrange the following compounds in order of increasing stability. 1. maximum bonding (very important) 2. minimize charge separation. 3. O 34567 B C NOF Si P S Cl Br I charges on electronegative atoms. charges on electropositive atoms. O O N H H charges on electronegative atoms. charges on electropositive atoms. O O N H H H C N H H C 1 H C N H H 2 H C 3 H C N H H H C N H H H A 1 increasing stability 2 3 B 1 increasing stability 32 C 2 increasing stability 1 3 increasing increasing stability stability D 2 increasing stability 3 1 E 3 increasing stability 2 1 F 3 increasing stability 1 2 19 20 Predict the more acidic compound. Draw both products and their resonance structures. O O N H H H C N H + H the complete story O H C N H H H O C N H H H O C N H H A H C O H C N H a true but incomplete story a good story an excellent story B 21 H H H C...
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2009 for the course CHE 320 taught by Professor Ff during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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