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1. Fill in Table 10.3. You may need to use outside sources to research the answers. Which compounds have the same chemical formula? What are these called? Describe the differences between the structures and properties of those compounds.


2. Examine Table 10.3 and list the compounds you think have hydrogen bonds. Explain why.


3. Examine Table 10.3 and refer to the models to list the polar compounds.


4. Examine Table 10.2 and look at the models. Acetic acid and isopropyl alcohol are fully soluble in water, while Freon-12 and vinyl chloride are not. What makes acetic acid and isopropyl alcohol water-soluble?


5. How does this geometry differ from that of a carbon with the tetrahedral arrangement?

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