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Unformatted text preview: VSEPR Theory = Valence Shell Electron Repulsion Theory 1) Cl Be Cl BeCl2 3) 2s2 2p 4) Why linear and not bent? Cl Be Cl 180 degrees Direction Properties of Bonds H 1) H B H BH3 2) 2s2 3) Possible conformations H H H B H H B H 2p1 it is trigonal planar Orbital Hybridization Mixing of s and p gives directional character (+) sp hybrid (-) sp hybrid s p Molecular Shape Minimize repulsion between bonds: valence electrons around an atom avoid each other e1 x e2 Erep = r12 = x r12 Coulomb's law The Five Different Types of Shapes Examples Trigonal Bonding (+) 3 sp2 hybrid orbitals hybridization comes in detail in chapter 11 Examples Tetrahedral Bonding The Effect of Lone Pairs The Understanding Trigonal Bipyramide, Seasaw More Complicated Structures Dipol Moment in a Tetrahedral Structure Cis-Trans Isomerization Ball and Stick Model Van der Waals Radii Van der Waals Dutch school teacher Nobel price in Physics 1910 Ball Models and van der Waal Size Both Models Together An Enzyme Model ...
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