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G.C.1-10 Lab Report Name: Leana Fesdekjian Z Number: 23503275 Lab TA’s Name and Section Number: Isabella S. 023 A statement Accountability: “I certify that this is my own work, and I understand that if I am found to be in violation of the honor code, I will be subject to the highest penalty.” SUMMARY The ball and stick models are the simplest models to make when making the molecular models. The balls represent the atoms, and the sticks represent the bonds within the structure. For example, for the molecule CH4, carbon will be the central atom or central ball and the four hydrogen balls will be connected to the carbon atom by the sticks and will surround it on all 4 sides to indicate the electron pair between all four hydrogen atoms and the single carbon. This molecular model will have a tetrahedral shape as well. These models have you to visualize the 2D drawings in a 3D perspective. The flexible sticks are used to indicate a double bond in these molecular models. Although these molecular models have curved double or triple bonds, the real angle or curve of these bonds is not the same. They are curved like that for the sake of the material being used in this video. Mr. Hoff made the first molecular model set, and he made it out of paper. 1
Part I. Hydrides and Periodicity 1. Determine the formulas of the hydrides of the following atoms: C, N, O, F, Si, P, S, Cl 2. Write these formulas in the appropriate place in Table 1 of your lab report.

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