HW05 - Chemistry 111 Homework #5 Due: October 5, 2005...

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Chemistry 111 Homework #5 Due: October 5, 2005 (Wednesday) 1. Would you consider a “bond” formed between Ca and Cl to be predominantly covalent or predominantly ionic? Your answer in blackboard should be either covalent or ionic. 2. Although both of these bonds are considered to be covalent, which would you consider to have a higher ionic character and why: H-F or H-Br ? Your answer in blackboard should be either HF or HBr. 3. Which of these two bonds would have a larger dipole moment: H-Cl or H-S ? Answer should be either HCl or HS. 4. Which atom would be considered to be the one carrying a slightly negative charge in a bond between C and N? 5. Which atom carries a slight positive charge ( δ +) in the F-F bond? Your answer should be right F , left F or neither . For questions 6-10 , consider the structures seen below… H C H H C H H C H Br H H C H H C H H C H Br H H C H H C H H C Br H H H C Br H C H H C H H H H C H H C H Br C H H H H C H H C Br H C H H H 1 2 3 4 5 6 6. What is the relationship between structures 1 and 2 ? Write the word identical or different in blackboard. 7. What is the relationship between structures 2 and 3 ? Write the word identical or different in blackboard. 8. What is the relationship between structures 1 and 6 ? Write the word identical or different in blackboard.
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Chemistry 111 2 Homework #5 / Fall 2005 9. What is the relationship between structures 1 and
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HW05 - Chemistry 111 Homework #5 Due: October 5, 2005...

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