0243Pb4-09 - Now do the same thing for allyl(three 2 p...

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Problem 4, Chemistry 0243 - 2009 Distort (bend) the MO s of linear HHH to make the MO s of triangular H 3 . How will the energy of each MO change in forming the triangle? You may use the MOs for HHH directly if you remember them or generate them from HH and H. Order the new MO s in energy, and place electrons for the cation, anion, and radical.
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Unformatted text preview: Now do the same thing for allyl (three 2 p orbitals in a row - Problem 6) - transform the MOs into the MOs for the cyclic version, called “cyclopropenyl.” Which is more stable, linear or triangular H 3 + ? Answers: See Book Problems 1.52, 1.53, SG, pp 34,35...
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