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Solved: An important industrial route to extremely pure acetic acid is the reaction of

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An important industrial route to extremely pure acetic acid is the reaction of methanol with carbon monoxide: Use bond energies to calculate the heat of reaction.

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Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals Linus Pauling­ 1935 Hybridization (combined) Atomic Orbitals­ different atomic orbitals can combine to give new hybrid orbitals These hybrid orbitals reflect the geometry of the molecule The problem comes from not knowing which molecules hybridize and which ones don’t Predicting Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals Difficult to predict Rules 1. Determine the geometry of the regions of high electron density 2. Assign the set of hybridized orbitals that corresponds to the geometry Sp ­ linear, 180° 2 Sp ­ trigonal, 120° 3 Sp ­ tetrahedral, 109.5° 3 Sp d ­ trigonal bipyramidal, 120°, 90° 3 2 Sp d ­ octahedral, 90° Only three possible hybridization modes for Carbon­ Sp, Sp , Sp2 3 Geometry of Hybridization of Orbitals

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ISBN: 9780073048598

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