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Answer: Several resonance structures for the molecule CO2

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Problem 9.1c

Several resonance structures for the molecule CO2 are shown next. Explain why some of them are likely to be of little importance in describing the bonding in this molecule. (a) OQOPCPO OQ OQ (b) SOQOOCOOQOS 2 SOqC OS SOqCOOS O (c) Q O (d) 9.10

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Chemistry 107 January 18 , 2017 Week 2 Chapter 12 (Continued) - Have many uses, & often known by common names: Cycloalkenes: Nomenclature Freons: Freon 22: CHClF 2 - The ring is considered the longest chain - Rules are the same as linear alkenes Solvents: CCl 4 - For mono-substituted rings, no # is needed Anesthetics: Halothane: CF CHBrCl

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Textbook: Chemistry
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Author: Raymond Chang; Kenneth Goldsby
ISBN: 9780078021510

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Answer: Several resonance structures for the molecule CO2