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Exam #4 Review Session . Chem 111, Fall 2009. Bond Properties. Length Order Strength Polarity. Periodic Table. Bond Properties. Which atom is more electronegative? B or C N or P Which bond is most polar? C-C or C-O or C-F

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exam 4 review session

Exam #4 Review Session

Chem 111, Fall 2009

bond properties
Bond Properties
  • Length
  • Order
  • Strength
  • Polarity
bond properties1
Bond Properties
  • Which atom is more electronegative?
    • B or C
    • N or P
  • Which bond is most polar?
    • C-C or C-O or C-F
    • C-O or C-S
  • Which bond is the longest?
    • C-O or C-F
    • C-O or C=O
lewis structures why we love them and you know we do
Lewis StructuresWhy We Love Them (and you know we do!)
  • Drawing a Lewis Structure:
    • Calculating formal charge
    • Determining which resonance structure is best
  • Use Lewis Structure to:
    • Determine bond order
    • Determine electron pair and molecular geometry
    • Calculate formal charge and oxidation numbers
    • Determine hybridization and bond types