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Which one of the following molecules in nonpolar?

Which one of the following molecules in nonpolar?

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School: Rutgers University
Department: Chemistry
Course: General Chemistry I
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Chemistry
Cost: 50
Name: Midterm 3
Description: This is a practice exam given to students by the Professor.
Uploaded: 08/10/2016
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Midterm 3-CHEM 115 - Prof. Pavanello


Which one of the following molecules in nonpolar?



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1. Which one of the following molecules is nonpolar?

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Α, ΝΗ, B. OF C. CHCI D. HO E. BeCla

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4. Predict the molecular geometry and polarity of the CS2 molecule with VSEPR theory.


Which of the following molecules has a nonzero dipole moment?



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6. Which of the following molecules has a nonzero dipole moment?

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9. When PCs solidifies it forms PCL cations and PCI anions. According to valence bond theory are used by phosphorus in the PCL cation?

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11. Hyposulfite, SO, is a polyatomic ion that has not yet been definitively confirmed to exist. However, the VSAPR model may still be applied to yield a prediction on its molecular geometry. What is the most reasonable estimate for the O-S-O bond angle in hyposulfite?

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X It shares four bonds, two with each carbon atom on either side. B. It shares four o bonds, two with each carbon atom on either side. Ce shares one o bond and one bond with cach carbon atom on either side. D. It shares two o boods with the carbon atom on the left, and two i bonds with the carbon atom on the right E. It shares two a boods with the carbon atom on the right, and two bonds with the carbon atom on the left.

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