Bonds and Polarity 9.05.11

Bonds and Polarity 9.05.11 - 5. (T/F) NH 3 , also known as...

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Susie Lee (susie.lee714@hotmail.com) Bonds and Polarity SI sessions CHEM 222 Sun 6-7p BLOC 105 9/5/11 6-7p Mon 6-7p BLOC 105 Wed 6-7p BLOC 105 What is electronegativity ? 1. What does electronegativity difference tell you? 2. Multiple bonds are ______________ and _____________ than single bonds. 3. (T/F) Polar molecules do not need to have polar bonds. 4. (T/F) Polar molecules must have polar bonds, but even though molecules have polar bonds, it can still be a nonpolar molecule.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. (T/F) NH 3 , also known as ammonia, is a nonpolar molecule. 6. Name three molecules that have polar bonds , but are nonpolar molecules . 7. Name three molecules that have polar bonds and are polar molecules . Draw the partial negative and partial positives. Draw the overall polarity of the molecule. 8. What is hybridization ? Practice Problems: Identify the central atoms and label their hybridization. Identify the sigma and pi bonds....
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Bonds and Polarity 9.05.11 - 5. (T/F) NH 3 , also known as...

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