Lab_3_Molecular_Geometries_of_Covalent_Molecules_Lewis_Structures_and_the_Vesper_Model_

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CHE 231 Fall 2018 Lab #3 Molecular Geometries of Covalent Molecules: Lewis Structures and the Vesper Model By: Anthony Wright Prepared for: Dr. Marlyn I. Goya Experiment Conducted by Anthony Wright Date of Experiment: Feb 11, 2019 Place of Experiment: Room W146 Date of Written Report: Feb 20, 2019 Introduction The purpose of this lab was to become more familiar with the Lewis structures, The principles of the Vsepr model, and the three-dimensional structure of covalent molecules. This
lot focuses on covalent bonding and how these bonds conform to different minima gear geometry, these are linear, try I can no planer, tetrahedral, trigonal planar, trigonal bipyramidal, and octahedral. Each of these different configurations has a different predicted bond angle. Depending on the elements for a covalent bond they can have very different geometry. Use one

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