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Final Exam - FINAL REVIEW CHM2210 SPRING 13 DR D.H MILES...

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FINAL REVIEW- CHM2210, SPRING 13, DR. D.H. MILES This review is designed to cover as much as possible as quickly as possible. There is no guarantee that this will cover everything on your exam or that things on here will be covered on your exam. Use this to help you study, but use your book, notes and other materials as well!!! CHAPTER 1- Review of General Chemistry Formal Charge: Defined as when an atom does not exhibit the correct number of valence electrons. This is equivalent to the number of electrons in its singular, one atom state. (e.g. Oxygen has 6 valence, so it should have 6 "valence") For formal charge, each bond counts as J valence electron(s) and each electron pair counts as 2. valence electron(s). Applied Problem: Determine the formal charge of oxygen in the following molecule. ~ o ~ l Electron Orbitals: Electrons occupy orbitals within the molecule. They are subject to three commonly known rules: Aufbau Principle: Electrons fill the lowest energy orbitals first.
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