e2pf09 - 1. Rank the following in increasing bond polarity:...

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1. Rank the following in increasing bond polarity: CC, BO, NH, LiF a. CC < NH < BO < LiF b. BO < CC < LiF < NH c. NH < BO < LiF < CC d. CC < BO < NH < LiF 2. Which of the following can be polar molecules: I. CO 2 II. Fe(CO) 5 III. O 3 a. I b. I, II, III c. III d. I, II 3. Which of the following molecules is nonpolar? a. NH3 b. SO4 2- c. SO2 d. BF2Cl 4. Determine the molecular geometry and bond angles of bromine pentafloride (BrF5) a. Octahedral, 90, 120 b. Square Pyramidal, 90 c. Octahedral, 90 d. Square Pyramidal, 90, 120 5. Which hybrid orbitals are present in XeF4? a. dsp3 b. d2sp3 c. d2sp2 d. sp3 6. Determine the electronic geometry of ICl 2 - . a. Trigonal pyramidal b. Bent c. Tetrahedral d. Trigonal Bipyramidal 7. Determine the molecular geometry of the oxygen in CH3OH. a. Tetrahedral b. Bent c. Linear d. Seesaw 8. How many σ and π bonds are there in C 2 H 2 ? a. 4σ and 1π b. 3σ and 2π c. 2σ and 3π d. 3σ and 1π 9. What atomic orbitals are used in the bonding of NO? a. 2s b. 2s and 2p
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c. 2p d. 1s, 2s, 2p 10. Using molecular orbital theory determine which of the following molecules can exist and no be paramagnetic. a.
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