Exercise 1, page 2

Exercise 1, page 2 - carlqon and two sf nyUridued carbons....

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The molecular formula CzH+O can be converted consistent with valence rules. a. H o b.H H c. lll \ / H_ C_C_ H C_ C into three-line bond (Kekul6) structures that are /\ H O-H a. Which one ofthe Kekuld structures is nol consistent with valence rules? I I H H I c-() t I H 0 o d.H /\ \ H-C-_C-H C_ ll / HHH b. Explain why the structure you chose in pa4 a is not consistent,with valence rules. becaaie C " has i0 t in ,lt 'nu't'rok| l^lora yal"4<4- rulps sl"t" +W f e-- is idt",{. . Draiv an orbital picture for acetylene, CzHz. Clearly label each bond type and indicate the type of orbitals involved in each bond. sp r sPt sP v' H'-c= C: ll Exhibit t-4 " P^''P'L Propose possible structures for a molecule that *"dttr d/"d of the following descriptions. . Refer to Exhibit 1-4. Contains one sp3 hybridizgd carlqon and
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Unformatted text preview: carlqon and two sf nyUridued carbons. &quot;'t*il )-I Exhibit2-l 9- C=L*ll Give the letter of the term that best matche, lt. eiu.n definition. a. b. c. d. e. Brsnsted-Lowry Acid Brsnsted-Lowry Base Lewis Acid Lewis Base Electronegativity f. Ionic Bond g. Covalent Bond h. Polar-Covalent Bond i. Hydrophobic j. Hydrophilic fu nny species that can accept electrons. tJ A term used to describe a &quot;water loving&quot; species. - The abilitv of an atom to athact the shared electrons in a covalent bond. I A, Any species that can donate electrons. t^ . D A compound that can accept a proton. Exhibit 2-2 Calculate the formal charges on the indicated atoms in each compound below. ;0:{- B' ..1 :cl_P_C'l: .. r t. . t\ :Cl: ta \/ :c:o:...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course CHEM 301 taught by Professor Danielr.woodman during the Spring '11 term at Mountain State.

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