When compounds have the same molecular formula but

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98. When compounds have the same molecular formula but different structures they are called isotopes. Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective 1: Write structural formulas for the isomers of a given molecular formula. Section Reference 1: Section 19.7 99. In order to form the bonds between C and H in methane, it is necessary to hybridize one 3s and three different 3p orbitals. a) True b) False Page 31
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Answer: b Difficulty: Medium Learning Objective 1: Use VSEPR to predict the shape of simple carbon-containing molecules and describe carbon single-bond hybridization. Section Reference 1: Section 19.2
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