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6/6/2011 1 Chapter 12 concepts to understand 6/6/2011 1 Filling in electron configurations of elements (12.13) Aufbau, Pauli Exclusion Principle, Hund’s rule Chapter 12 concepts to understand (continued) 6/6/2011 2 Periodic trends (12.15) Ionization energy, electron affinity, atomic radius, electronegativity Metals and non-metals (12.16) 12.15 Exam 1 A-14), B-31) (0.5 pt) Is the following statement true or false? While moving to the right in the periodic table, ionization energies become increasingly exothermic. A) True B) False
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6/6/2011 2 Chapter 13 core concepts 6/6/2011 4 Types of bonds (13.1) Ionic, polar covalent , covalent Electronegativity (13.2) Chapter 13 core concepts 6/6/2011 5 Polar bonds (13.3) Dipoles / net dipoles Bond energies / bond lengths (13.8) Chapter 13 core concepts (continued) 6/6/2011 6 Localized electron model (13.9) Lewis structures (13.10-13.12) Octets, resonance, and exceptions to octets Calculating formal charge VSEPR (13.13) Shapes, net dipoles, bond angles
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6/6/2011 3 Chapter 13 core concepts (continued) 6/6/2011 7 VSEPR (13.13) Shapes, net dipoles, bond angles Chapter 14 core concepts 6/6/2011 8 Hybridization (14.1) Types of hybridization, hybrid orbitals, sigma / pi bonds Molecular orbital theory (14.2-14.3) Bonding / antibonding MOs, sigma / pi bonds, paramagnetism/ diamagnetism, bond order Drawing molecular orbital diagrams for Period 2 homonuclear diatomics 14 General Exam 1 A-21), B-13) (1 pt) Which of the following statements is true ? a) σ bonds result from the overlap of parallel atomic orbitals b) Free rotation may occur about a triple bond c) Molecules with conjugated pi bonding systems have electronic transitions with energies in the infrared range d) In our hybrid LE-MO model, the electrons in single bonds are best thought of as delocalized throughout the molecule e) None of the above are true
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6/6/2011 4 14.1 Exam 1 A-5), B-1) (1 pt) How many unhybridizedp-orbitals and hybridized orbitals does an sp 2 -hybridized atom have? a) 1 p orbital, 1 sp 2 orbital b) 1 p orbital, 2 sp 2­­ orbitals c) 1 p orbital, 3 sp 2 orbitals d) 2 p orbitals, 2 sp 2 orbitals e) 2 p orbitals, 3 sp 2 orbitals 14.2 Exam 1 A-2), B-22) (2 pts) Which ion of O 2 would give a bond order of 2.5? a) O 2 2- b) O 2 - c) O 2 + d) two of these e) none of these 14.2 Final-11) (2 pts) According to MO theory, which of the following species has the largest dissociation energy? a) O 2 b) O 2 c) O 2 2– d) O 2 + e) O 2 2+
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6/6/2011 5 Chapter 16 core concepts 6/6/2011 13 Intermolecular forces (16.1) Liquids / solids / gasses London dispersion forces, Dipole-dipole, H-bonds Liquids (16.2) Surface tension / capillary action / Viscosity Chapter 16 core concepts 6/6/2011 14 Solids (16.3, 16.5, 16.6)
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course CHEM 1C taught by Professor Hooker during the Spring '06 term at UCSB.

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