10.3 - contains one and only one sigma bond. The other...

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Key: 3. If I substitute one hydrogen in acetylene (HCCH) with a methyl group (-CH 3 ), the resulting molecule contains ___ sigma bonds, ___ pi bonds, and ____ H atoms. a. 6,2,4 b. 5,3,4 c. 5,3,5 d. 6,3,5 e. 6,3,4 f. 6,2,5 First draw the new structure. Here it is below: Sigma bonds occur directly between bonded atoms. Every type of bond (single, double, triple)
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Unformatted text preview: contains one and only one sigma bond. The other bonds are pi bonds. Thus, the triple bond contains one sigma bond and two pi bonds, while all the other bonds contain one sigma bond and zero pi bonds....
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This document was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course CHEM 106 at BYU.

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