Molecular Orbitals and Period 2 Diatomic Molecules (Sections)
(a) What is the probability of finding an electron on the internuclear axis if the electron occupies a π molecular orbital?
(b) For a homonuclear diatomic molecule, what similarities and differences are there between the p2π MO made from the 2px atomic orbitals and the p2π MO made from the 2py atomic orbitals? (c) How do the p2p* MOs formed from the 2px and 2pyatomic orbitals differ from the p2π MOs in terms of energies and electron distributions?
9.6.2016 BIO 140 Cresawn The Chemistry of Life What areas of expertise in Biology and what areas of expertise in Chemistry are required to evaluate an oil spill and design a cleanup plan (Think about real world application) I. Cells a. Contain matter Large Carbon Molecules (e.g. proteins) Made up of many Small C molecules (e.g. amino acids) Each contain Carbon b. Contain energy Energy from ATP Requires movement of Electrons Made up of Chemical Bonds Form based on Electronegativity II. Definitions and Terms to Use In a Concept Map Later (Do Yourself) a. Mass b. Proton c. Neutron d. Electron- prefer a negative charge