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chem 1007 assignment 9

chem 1007 assignment 9 - Bromine Atom Atomic Orbital...

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CHEMISTRY 1007 Name: ________________________ Homework Assignment #9 Due: Monday, November 9 1. (a) (5 pts) Draw the molecular orbital diagram for the valence electrons of Cl–Br. Show atomic orbitals (AOs) on the sides and molecular orbitals (MO) in the center of your drawing. Label the AOs to make it clear which atom they represent. Label the MOs in terms of σ , π , bonding and antibonding. You may assume that s-p mixing does not occur. The ionization energies for the atomic orbitals are given below. Chlorine Atom
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Unformatted text preview: Bromine Atom Atomic Orbital Ionization Energy Atomic Orbital Ionization Energy 3s 25.3 eV 4s 24.1 eV 3p 13.7 eV 4p 12.5 eV (b) (5 pts) Sketch the photoelectron spectrum for the valence electrons of ClBr with counts on the yaxis and ionization energy (in eV) on the x-axis. Simply show the relative energies for the peaks representing the valence electrons and label them with the MO from where they originate. Show on the x-axis where 24.0 eV and 13.0 eV are located in relation to the peaks....
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