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fall99org1q1 - 11-17) Draw Lewis structures (lines for...

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Quiz #1 Ch 1-3 Fall 99 (20 questions for 20 points) N A M E : (1-10) are True or False. 1) Organic chemistry is the study of carbon containing compounds 2) Like charges attract each other 3) Polar compounds are formed between atoms of similar electronegativities 4) Nitrogen is more electronegative than carbon 5) CF 2 =CFH can exist as cis and trans isomers 6) CHF=CClBr can exist as cis and trans isomers 7) The n=2 shell can hold 18 electrons 8) sp 3 hybrid orbitals give rise to bond angles of 109.5° 9) sp 2 hybrid orbitals give rise to bond angles of 180° 10) A p orbital is spherical in shape
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Unformatted text preview: 11-17) Draw Lewis structures (lines for bonds, dots for lone pairs of electrons) for: 11) CH 3 CH 3 12) BH 3 Fall99-org1quiz1 Page1 13) OH 2 14) HCl 15) CH 3 CH 2 CO 2 H 16) O 17) F l 18) Does cyclobutane have more ring strain than cyclopropane? (y/n) Fall99-org1quiz1 Page2 19) Draw the chair and boat conformations of cyclohexane (1/2 for each) 20) Which is the more stable? * BONUS QUESTION for 1 extra point * Name the famous chemist who invented the Pauling Electronegativity scale. Fall99-org1quiz1 Page3...
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