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Chem single bond is one sigma bond longest bonds double bond is one sigma and one pi bond triple bond is one sigma and two pi bonds shortest bonds sigma bond is non bonding orbitals pi bond is bonding orbitals why do non bonding orbitals not overlap other orbitals? bond order= number of bonding e- -number of antibonding e-/2 bond length higher the bond order the shorter the bond length higher bond shorter bond length too if same mat which everyone has the least amount of bonding atoms is stronger most energy is most bonds ie triple bond looks like more paired means more stable in the end know the names from help sheet of common polyatomic ions FLASHCARDS ARE SOMEWHERE ionic bonding uses cations and anions metals and non metals covalent bonding same type of metals most ionic is the bottom left hand corner increases to to bottom and right to left how to find lattice energy? FC= group number-(number of bonds + number of unshared e-)
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course CHEM 312 taught by Professor Shirt during the Spring '10 term at Westwood College.

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