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# How do we deal with multiple bonds in VSEPR theory ISBN: 9781439049402 426

## Solution for problem 19 Chapter 12

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How do we deal with multiple bonds in VSEPR theory?

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Density = mass​ (REMEMBER THIS FOR EXAM) volume * liquids typically * g OR g ​ cm^3 ml (REMEMBER THESE FOR EXAM) Example 1: 55.00 gallons. When it is full of water, what mass of water does it contain 55.00 gallons 4 q x ​46 ml x1.00 x1 lb= 458.4140969 lbs =​6 x 10^1 lbs. 1 gall 1 qt 1 ml 454 g Example 2: Density = .897 g/ml Oil 55 gallon drum. What is the mass of the oil 55 gallon 4 qt x946 ml x.897 g= 186683.64 grams = ​9 x 10^4 grams. 1 gall 1 qt 1 ml Example 3: Density = 11.3 g/cm^3 Size = 20.20 cm x 10.10 cm x 5.001,020.1 g Density of lead = 11.3 g/cm^3 1020.10 cm^3 x 11.3 ​x​1 k x2.20 l​= ​5.4 lbs. 1 cm^3 10

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