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Draw an orbital interaction diagram corresponding to Fig. 1.14 for each of the following

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Problem 1.17

Draw an orbital interaction diagram corresponding to Fig. 1.14 for each of the following species. Indicate which are likely to exist as diatomic species, and which would dissociate into monatomic fragments. Explain. (a) the He2 + ion (b) the H2 ion (c) the H2 2 ion (d) the H2 + ion

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Organic Chemistry 2230 Chapter 1 Part B January 11, 2016 Amanda Biddlecome 1) Geometries -­‐Linear: draw Lewis Structure; then look at bond angles-­‐180 degrees; 2 regions with electrons -­‐Tr

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Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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