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Date Created: 08/31/15
Chemistry 1212k Day 1 chapter 10 Properties of molecular substance depend on the structure of the molecule Skeletal factors skeletal arrangement of atoms bonding features ionic polar covalent covalent and shape of molecule VSEPR theory says that repulsion between electron groups lone pair single and double bonds molecular geometry Molecule with maximum separation or distance is better Electron group number of elements around a central atom lone pair and bondsL Chart will help Day 2 A sigma bond atomic orbitals point along the axis connecting the 2 bonding nuclei A pi bond bonding atomic parallel to each other and perpendicular to the axis Sigma bonds are stronger than pi bonds Higher the bond order stronger and shorter the bond Use bond order for outer electrons valence electrons Chapter 11 This chapter is about liquids solids and intermolecular forces Solid and liquid density are high because molecules very close together Liquid has a slightly more density than solids Crystalline particles arranged orderly geometric pattern Amphorus not geometrically arranged If you increase the heat or reduce the pressure of a liquid gas If you cool or increase the pressure of gas liquid Attraction between particles determinds the state At room temperature strong attractive force solids and liquids The stronger the attractive force the higher the melting point is for liquids and solids Attractive forces are caused by temporary dipoles dispersion force Larger the molar mass more electrons larger the electron cloud the more increased polarizability and stronger the attractions


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