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PracticeQuestionsChapter1 - Chem 2261 Checklist and...

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1 Chem 2261 Checklist and Practice Questions for Chapter 1 ± Periodic table position and valence electrons for elements ± Draw Lewis structures ± Draw structures that satisfy the octet rule. ± Assign formal charges. ± Show lone pairs. ± Identify an incorrectly drawn Lewis structure. ± Draw resonance structures ± Hybridization ± Relate hybridization to bond angle. ± Assign hybridization to an atom (or bonds/lone pairs on that atom). ± Relate hybridization to % s character and orbital stability. ± Relate hybridization to bond strength. ± Polar Covalent Bonds ± Identify bond dipoles ± Predict dipole moment of a molecule. ± Acids and Bases - Brønsted and Lewis definitions ± Acids and Bases - p H and p K a ± Calculate equilibrium constant from p K a data ± Determine ionization state based on p H and p K a (Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation) ± Acids and Bases - Effect of structure on p K a ± Identify Periodic Table Trends. ± Identify Hybridization Trends. ± Identify Inductive Effects. ± Identify Resonance Effects. Question types : ± rank in order of increasing/decreasing acidity/basicity. ± provide explanation for a given ranking.
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Practice Questions for Chapter 1 2 1. (15 pts) Fill in the empty boxes in this portion of the periodic table with the appropriate elements. 2A 1A 8A 7A 6A 5A 4A 3A 2. (6 pts) Give the indicated hybridization, geometry, and bond angles for the following molecule. H 3 C C OH O NH 2 Hybridization of the atom Hybridization of the atom Hybridization of the atom What type of orbital (hybridization) is the lone pair in? What is the H-N-H bond angle? What is the indicated bond angle 3. (4 pts) Draw perspective formulas (using wedges and dashes to indicate in-plane and out-of plane bonds) for CH 2 Cl 2 and CCl 4 and use these drawing to indicate which of the two has a molecular dipole.
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