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General Chemistry I

by: Corbin Crist DDS

General Chemistry I CHEM 1100

Corbin Crist DDS
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Herb Fynewever

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Corbin Crist DDS on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 1100 at Western Michigan University taught by Herb Fynewever in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/216965/chem-1100-western-michigan-university in Chemistry at Western Michigan University.


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Date Created: 09/30/15
Chemistry I February 13 2007 Today Polarity and molecule shape More examples Intro to nomenclature To Do Finish owl chap 8 Read chap 81812 815 Quiz Friday I Polarity and Molecule shape 1 polarity a polar molecule has an asymmetric distribution of electrons a asymmetric is not evenly distributed around the center 2 Hydrogen HH has a linear geometry angle between the two atoms is 180 degrees non polar the two vectors on the electrons are pulling equal length a e s pull equally to the left and right so they cancel each other Nonpolar no dipole moment there is no positive and negative end CH4 methane 7 tetrahedral all angles are 1095 degrees non polar and symmetrical e s are being pulled toward the carbon the net vector will equal zero 5 SnC12 trigonal planar bent or angular polar because the 3 groups are not all the same the lone pair of e s about the tin make a very negative end and a net dipole coming up the center pointing toward the lone pair 6 COF2 trigonal planar geometry 120 degree angles this will be polar 3 di erent groups and a net dipole pointing down toward the electronegative uorines 7 Ic12 electron pair geometry was trigonal bipyramidal Molecular geometry is linear chlorines will cancel each other out and the lone pairs are in a triangle so ends up being nonpolar a cholorines are symmetrical b lone pairs are symmetrical 8 Pcl6 octahedral polar bonds all the way around and cancel each other out non polar because it is symmetrical Bbr3 halides have the exception to the rule so boron has only single bonds 5 gt0


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