ch910 1_Part6 - Example CCl 4 Example CH 2 Cl 2 GENERAL...

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GENERAL CHEMISTRY PAGE 21 OF 22 CCl 4 µ = 0.0 D C Cl Cl Cl Cl Examples : Determining Whether a Molecule is Polar or Non-polar A dipole = material with positively and negatively charged ends Polar bonds or molecules have one end slightly positive, δ + , and the other slightly negative, δ + Dipole moment, µ is a measure of the size of the polarity Measured in debyes, D For a molecule to be polar: It must have polar bonds based on electronegativity difference Have an unsymmetrical shape
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Unformatted text preview: Example : CCl 4 Example : CH 2 Cl 2 GENERAL CHEMISTRY CHAPTER 9 & CHAPTER 10: PART I – CHEMICAL BONDING PAGE 22 OF 22 Example : CO 2 • The O—C bond is polar • The bonding electrons are pulled equally toward both O ends of the molecule • The net result is a non-polar molecule Example : H 2 O • The H—O bond is polar • Both sets of bonding electrons are pulled toward the O end of the molecule • The net result is a polar molecule Example : NH 3 Example : SF 4 Example : SF 6...
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ch910 1_Part6 - Example CCl 4 Example CH 2 Cl 2 GENERAL...

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