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The electrons involved in the bonds of ozone are shared unequally because the central oxygen atom has to share electrons with the two oxygen atoms on the ends,while the others only have to share electrons with the central atom. This gives the central oxygen a slight positive partial charge.Part CNOTE: The simulation required for this part uses Java, and is therefore not screen-reader accessible and may not work on a mobile device. If the browser you’reusing no longer supports Java, try a different browser and download the Java plugin for this content.In the PhET simulation window, click theReal Moleculesoption. Select the corresponding molecule and click on the molecular dipole check boxin theViewmenu on the right. Use theMoleculedropdown boxto choose a different molecule.Indicate whether each molecule is polar or nonpolar.Drag the appropriate items to their appropriate bins.You did not open hints for this part.ANSWER:ResetHelpbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandbond betweenandNaOHFHHCOBrBrAlClNaFCFCIKClA BCA − BB − CNonpolar covalentPolar covalentIonicVSEPR and MO Diagrams Workshop Activity - April 22nd...30 of 384/23/2021, 9:00 PM
Electric fieldElectric fields can orient molecules based upon their molecular dipoles and partial charges.Positive partial charges will align toward the negative end of the electric field,and negative charges will align toward the positive end of the field.Part DIn the PhET simulation window, click theThree Atomsoption. Drag the switch to "on" underElectric Field. Vary the shape and electronegativity of each atom toobserve the effect of the electric field.After experimenting with the PhET, draw a molecule of dibromomethane (). Use this drawing to assign partial charges and determine whether or not themolecule is polar.ColorElementElectronegativityDarkgray(large)Carbon2.5Lightgray(smallHydrogen2.1BrownBromine2.9The positive plate is on the right, and the negative plate is on the left. An electric field is set up between the plates. The molecule will orient according to the electricfield to minimize charge distribution. Complete the diagram showing how dibromomethane () will orient itself in an electric field according to partial positiveand negative charges.Drag the appropriate labels to their respective targets.You did not open hints for this part.ANSWER:ResetHelpBF3F2N2O3COH2CF4CO2OH2CHCl3NH3CH2F2HCNCBH2r2CBH2r2Polar moleculesNonpolar moleculesVSEPR and MO Diagrams Workshop Activity - April 22nd...31 of 384/23/2021, 9:00 PM
Exercise 11.31 - Enhanced - with FeedbackMISSED THIS?Read Section 11.2 (Pages 438 - 442) ; WatchKCV 11.2,IWE 11.1.

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Term
Spring
Professor
CHURCHILL
Tags
Atom, Electron, Molecule, Chemical bond

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