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Principles of Chemistry I

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Principles of Chemistry I CHEM 1307

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Date Created: 10/22/15
Chemistry 1307 Exam 3 Review Chapter 8 Covalent bond vs Ionic bond Valence vs Core electrons Lewis Dot Structures 0 octet bonding pair lone pair 0 count valence electrons determine central atom single bonds to each terminal atom octet around terminal atoms extra electrons go on central atom Octet Rule 0 exceptions expanded octet less than an octet Isoelectronic 0 definition Formal Charge 0 FC group number lone pair electrons 12 bonding electrons o be able to assign a formal charge to all atoms in a compound Resonance 0 definition 0 be able to draw or predict the number of resonance structures for a compound Coordinate Covalent Bond 0 definition Free Radical 0 definition VSEPR Theory shape 0 electron pair and molecular geometry for 2 3 4 5 and 6 terminal groups 0 electron pair geometry includes lone pairs 0 molecular geometry places lone pairs in the correct position but does not include them in the shape Bond Angles 0 know approximate values 0 what changes the value of a bond angle Bond Polarity o polar covalent bond polar bond Electronegativity 0 definition periodic trend 0 be able to predict the polarity of a bond Dipole Moment 0 be able to predict if a molecule is polar or nonpolar Bond Order 0 definition 0 BO umber of shared electron pairs number of Xy bonds Bond Length 0 definition periodic trend Bond Dissociation Enthalpy o BDE 2 AH broken 2 AH formed 0 be able to calculate provided values Be able to compare bond length and bond strength for a set of elements Chapter 9 Valence Bond Theory 0 why is this theory useful 0 rules Sigma bond 0 characteristics Hybridization 0 definition be able to assign to a central atom Multiple Bonds double and triple bonds 0 unhybridized p orbitals 0 characteristics of a pi bond Be able to describe the bonding in a molecule Molecular Orbital Theory 0 why is this theory useful 0 principles and how they apply BondingAntibonding 0 definition energy ordering Bond Order 0 B0 12 bonding electrons antibonding electrons 0 can be fractional MO Diagrams o be able to fill in the electrons in an M0 diagram o look if the question asks for valence electrons only or valence and core electrons o be able to predict magnetism Use MO diagrams to predict bond length and bond strength due to bond order Chapter 11 Pressure conversions Boyle s Law 39 P1V1 P2V2 Charles s Law h amp T1 T2 General Gas Law P1V1 P2V2 T1 T2 Avogadro s Hypothesis Ideal Gas Law o PV nRT o know definition of ST P Use Ideal Gas Law to solve for densitymolar mass E d gMMzP V RT Gas Laws and Stoichiometry Partial Pressure and Mole Fraction 39 PA XAPtotal 0 XA ra ntotal o know definitions o there are multiple ways to ask these questions so practice on OWL Kinetic Theory of Gases Root Mean Square Speed 0 remember to change molar mass to kgmol 0 use R 83145 Jmol K where 1J 1 kngsz 3RT x u2 MM Diffusion and Effusion o be able to calculate molar mass or rate of effusion rate of effusion of gas A MMB time of effusion of gas B rate of effusion of gas B MMA time of effusion of gas A Nonideal Gases o what does van der Waals equation do 0 how are real gases different from ideal gases


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