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5.12 Spring 2003 Review Session: Exam #1 I. Review of Lewis Bonding Theory V. Properties of Molecules A. Ionic Bonding A. Acidity of Organic Molecules B. Covalent Bonding 1. Bronsted–Lowry Acidity 1. Multiple Bonding a) Review of Acid/Base Equations 2. Formal Charge b) Acidity Trends C. Short-Hand for Chemists i) Attached Atom 1. Line-Angle Formulas ii) Inductive Effects 2. Dashes and Wedges iii) Hybridization 3. Curved Arrow Formalism iv) Resonance II. Resonance 2. Lewis Acidity A. Drawing Resonance Structures B. Bond Lengths B. Energy of Resonance Structures C. Bond Strengths C. Structure and Reactivity from Resonance VI. Alkanes III. Review of Molecular Orbital Theory A. Molecular Formulas A. Atomic Orbitals 1. Degrees of Unsaturation B. Sigma-Bonding 2. Constitutional Isomers C. Pi-Bonding B. IUPAC Nomenclature D. VSEPR Theory C. Conformational Analysis IV. Hybridization/LCAO 1. Ethane A. sp Hybridization a) Newman Projections B. sp 2 Hybridization 2. Propane C. sp 3 Hybridization 3. Butane 1. Rotation of Ethane versus Ethylene I. Review of Lewis Bonding Theory A. Ionic Bonding B. Covalent Bonding 1. Multiple Bonding 2. Formal Charge C. Short-Hand for Chemists 1. Line-Angle Formulas 2. Dashes and Wedges 3. Curved Arrow Formalism 1. Provide all of the valid Lewis structures for the following molecules. CH 2 N 2 C 4 H 8 CH 3 CO 2 H 2. Convert the following to line angle formulas.
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