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WA. Quiz 4 - Use the following energy level diagram for...

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Unformatted text preview: Use the following energy level diagram for diatomic molecules to determine the bond order and the number of unpaired electrons for the molecule shown below. . — 6* (2D) —- — m (2p) Diatomic Bond Order unpaired Electrons — 5* (25) N2 '«l E3 IX En Describe the shape of each of the following molecules. You will need to draw the Lewis structures. N20 (N 'E. centIal) O bent with ”109” bond angles 0 bent with NIZD” bond angles ® E linea r HCN (C is centIal} Q E linear O bent with ~1D9” bond angles O bent with "-120” bond angles I OFz (O is centIal) O bent with ~1an bond angles Q Q bent with NIDQD bond angles 0 linear u! Which of these molecules have resonance structures? (Check all that are correct.) none of the molecules have resonance structures FEJNZO OFz HCN Indicate the number of sigma and pi bonds in each of the following. No Iarlrs. To determine what portion of the quEtion you have oorrect, click on qualion score at the top of the assignment. Be sure to refrah qualion snore after each submission. Consider the four sets of orbitals below (A,B,C, and D). Select the appropriate set of orbitals which upon addition will result in the fonnatzion of each type of bond. {Input format A,H,C or D.) WC). QC). A B C D a) Which orbital set would form a 0' bonding orbital? Ixfii b) Which orbital set would form a ‘1? bonding orbital? IVE c) Which orbital set would form a 11' antibonding orbital? FEE _ No Marks. To determine what portion of the qualion you have correct, click on qualion score at the top of the assignment. Be sure to refrxh qualion more after each submission. Consider the molecule below. Add lone pairs as needed to give each atom an octet (other than hydrogen). For the number of sigma and pi bonds, the question refers to the entire molecule. Central Atom I a Q/ 0/ 0/ C 120 spZ trigonal planar J m M - BE 7 " E: #ofa’ Bond Angle Hybridization Molecular Shape 5/ ‘Ch & ‘ ‘ & bonds I“ E f 1313: I" E ...
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