2009.10.23

2009.10.23 - charged ions are more polarizing Larger less...

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“Exceptions to the Rule”
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Electronegativity Electronegativity highest in upper right of PT
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What is the dipole moment for BF 3 ? B F F F .. .. .. .. .. .. A) B) C) D) E) no dipole
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Rank the following from highest to lowest polarizing power: Be 2+ , Rb + , Sr 2+ A) Be 2+ > Rb + > Sr 2+ B) Be 2+ > Sr 2+ > Rb + C) Rb + > Be 2+ > Sr 2+ D) Sr 2+ > Be 2+ > Rb + E) Sr 2+ > Rb + > Be 2+
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Polarizability • Smaller more highly
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Unformatted text preview: charged ions are more polarizing Larger less highly charged ions are more polarizable = can be distorted more easily Bond Strengths & Lengths Bond strength and bond length are generally inversely proportional bond strength (kJ/mol) bond length (pm)...
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