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by: Mrs. Kiara Medhurst

GeneralChemistry1 CHM121

Mrs. Kiara Medhurst
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Kiara Medhurst on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHM121 at Wright State University taught by DavidGrossie in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/231124/chm121-wright-state-university in Chemistry at Wright State University.


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Date Created: 10/29/15
N a 0 Molecular Orbital Theory atorns n the molecule Orbltals on dllrerent atoms are mlxed wth a Halfbelng bondlng orb ltals sum of the atornlc orbltal wave functlons b Halfbelng antlrbondlng orbltals dltrerence ofthe atornlc orbltal wave functlons stable lower energy comp ared to the atornlc orbltals hlgher energy slrnple MO dlagarn Molecular orbltals llke atornlc orbltals hold two electrons whlch are barred by 5pm Orbltals are fllled ln orderoflncreaslng energy second Hund s rule Each electron In an orb ltal contnbutes to the total bondlng between atoms a Electrons ln bondlng orbltals contnbute lZ ofan electron palrbond b Electrons ln anurbondlng orbltals negates lZ ofan electronrpalr bond Assigning molecular shapes using VSEPR theory 1 Draw Lewis formula 2 Count the number of atoms and lone pairs around the central atom Use this number to select a geometry 3 Count the number oflone pairs around the central atom Use this numberto select the shape atoms and lone pairs 2 3 geometry linear trigonal planar tetrahedral trigonal bipyramidal octahedral unshared JONAO JONAO N40 N40 shape Hnear trigonal planar bent 120 linear tetrahedral trigonal pyramidal bent 109 linear trigonal bipyramidal seesaw Tshaped linear octahedral square pyramidal square planar


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