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How is a sigma bond different from a pi bond(a) A sigma

Chemistry: Atoms First | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9780073511160 | Authors: Julia Burdge, Jason Overby ISBN: 9780073511160 60

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Problem 1VC

Problem 1VC

How is a sigma bond different from a pi bond?

(a) A sigma bond is a bonding molecular orbital; a pi bond is an antibonding molecular orbital.

(b) A sigma bond is a single bond, whereas a pi bond is a double bond.

(c) The electron density in a sigma bond lies along the internuclear axis; that of a pi bond does not.

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Unit Three Lab Notes : Spinal Cord Structures Spinal Cord locations Cervical enlargement Lumbar enlargement’ Conus medullaris located around L1/ endpoint of spinal cord Cauda equine resembles a horse’s tail/ from conus medullaris down Filum terminale runs from conus medullaris to coccyx Meninges (figure 22.4 pg 288 in lab book) Epidural space Dura mater Arachnoid mater Subarachnoid space ( site for cerebral spinal fluid production) Pia mater Cross section locations Central canal from foramen magnum to conus medullaris Gray commissure connects two areas of gray matter Posterior median sulcus (looks like a slice) Anterior median fissure (not opened as much) Find the dorsal root ganglion White matter cross section Anterior column Lateral column Posterior column Ascending sending sensory signals to brain / Descending sending motor signals to body Gray matter cross section Ventral horn sends motor signals to the ventral root Lateral horn Dorsal horn receives sensory signals from dorsal root and sends to brain Cross section cont. Ventral root located off of spinal cord /sends motor signals Dorsal root sends sensory signals Dorsal root ganglion bugled / holds cell bodies Spinal nerve Anterior ramus going forward Posterior ramus going toward the back Peripheral Nerves 8 cervical 12 thoracic innervate the intercostals / assist with breathing 5 lumbar 5 sacral 1 coccygeal spinal nerves roots Nerve plexuses pg. 291 trunks Cervical ( C1-C5 ) hypoglossal innervates tongue phrenic innervates diaphragm anterior posterior divisions divisions Brachial (C5-T1 ) posterior branch axillary innervates deltoid / teres minor radial innervates tricep / brachial radialis / wrist extensors anterior branch (M on models) ulnar innervates corracobrachialis / biceps brachii / bracialis / hand median innervates wrist flexors / pronator teres / pronator quadratis musculoccutaneus innervates corracobrachialis / biceps brachii / bracialis Lumbar ( L1-L4 ) posterior femoral innervates illiospoas / sartorious / quadriceps anterior obturator innervates gracillis / abductors Sacral (L4-S4 ) superior gluteal innervates gluteus medius, minus / tensor fascilatae inferior gluteal innervates gluteus maximus sciatic innervates hamstring/ biceps femoris ­tibial innervates gastrocnemius / soleous/ plantaris/ tibials posterior/ pollicus longus/ digitorum longus / hamstrings ­common fibular hallucus longus/ fibularis lon superficial fibular innervates tertcious deep fibular fibularis/ peroneus tertius

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