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Problem Set #1 Bonding and Lewis Structures

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Organic Chemistry I Problem Set 1 Bonding and Lewis Structures 1. Write Lewis Structures for each formula and draw a picture showing overlap of atomic and molecular orbitals. Some formulas do not represent bonding patterns but there is only one way the molecules could possibly bond. a. C 2 H 4 b. C 2 H 6 c. C 2 H 2 d. CH 2 CCH 2 e. CH 3 CN f. CH 5 N g. CH 3 N h. CHN i. CH 4 O
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2. Geometry of Molecules: 1. What is the H–C–O angle in CH 3– O–CN? 2. What is the N–C–O bond angle?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. What is the C–O–C bond angle? Consider this molecule: CH 2 CCH 2 4. What are the sizes of the H–C–C angles? 5. How about C–C–C angles? 6. How many sigma bonds in the molecule? 7. How many pi bonds? 8. Do all 7 atoms lie in the same plane? 9. Do all three carbons lie on the same line? 3. Write condensed structural formulas for all isomers with the molecular formula C 4 H 10 O (there are 7 of them)....
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