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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry. The study of carbon-based compounds and their properties. Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry.

By liam
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1 st -order spin-spin coupling

1 st -order spin-spin coupling

1 st -order spin-spin coupling. We observe 1 st -order NMR spectra when the frequency difference between the chemical shifts of any given pair of nuclei is much larger than the value of the coupling constant between them Dn / J > 10

By marisol
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Alkenes

Alkenes

Alkenes. Alkenes. Alkenes - Double bonds. Alkynes - Triple bonds. Alkynes - Triple bonds. Alkynes - Triple bonds. Alkenes Cis-Trans. Alkenes - Cis-Trans Isomers. Is this isomer cis or trans? Or not either?. Alkenes - Cis-Trans Isomers. Is this isomer cis or trans? Or not either?.

By evania
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Covalent Bonds (for AP120 & BIO120)*

Covalent Bonds (for AP120 & BIO120)*

Covalent Bonds (for AP120 & BIO120)*. * From a chemistry standpoint, some of this is incorrect or a gross over-simplification, but it gives you the right idea and serves our purpose. Covalent Bonds.

By bebe
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The Chemistry of Life

The Chemistry of Life

The Chemistry of Life. Why are we studying chemistry?. Chemistry is the foundation of Biology. Everything is made of matter Matter is made of atoms. Hydrogen 1 proton 1 electron . Oxygen 8 protons 8 neutrons 8 electrons. Proton. +. Neutron. 0. Electron. –. The World of Elements.

By oistin
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Guidelines: Drawing Lewis Structures

Guidelines: Drawing Lewis Structures

Guidelines: Drawing Lewis Structures . Count total valence electrons in the molecule. Arrange atoms into a "skeleton" molecule . The less electronegative element is usually the central atom. The element written first in the formula is usually the central atom.

By magar
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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry. Alkenes / Dienes Alkynes. Alkenes. The Alkenes form another homologous hydrocarbon series Each member contains one double covalent bond between two C atoms. So alkenes are said to be unsaturated . Only 3 atoms joined to each C, not 4 General formula = C n H 2n

By king
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VSEPR

VSEPR

VSEPR. Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory. VSEPR. e- pairs repel each other so they are oriented as far apart as possible. VSEPR Rules. Draw the Lewis Structure for the molecule Count the total number of . . . Bonded regions around the central atom

By tekli
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1. What are the properties of IONIC substances?

1. What are the properties of IONIC substances?

1. What are the properties of IONIC substances?. These substances: -Solid Hard and brittle (like salt) at room temp -Conduct electricity when dissolved in water -High boiling/melting points. 2 . What are the properties of COVALENT substances?. These substances:

By wilson
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Chemistry I Chapter 9

Chemistry I Chapter 9

Chemistry I Chapter 9. Covalent Bonding. Why do atoms bond?. 1. Atoms bond to become more stable . 2. A full valence shell is the most stable configuration 3. In an ionic bond, atoms gain or lose electrons.

By aviv
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Wednesday November 7, 2012

Wednesday November 7, 2012

Wednesday November 7, 2012. (Pop Quiz – Ionic Bonds, Octet Rule, Lewis Structures, Salts, and Acids; WS - Covalent Bonding). Bell Ringer Wednesday, 11-7-12. Identify the following acids as either binary or oxyacids, then name them.

By ita
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Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding. Chapter 8. 8.1 Types of Bonds. Ionic and Covalent Bonds. Chemical Bonds are the force that holds atoms together in a compound or molecule Ionic Bonds are bonds between ions held together by electrostatic force .

By emery
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Lewis Dot Structures & VSEPR Theory

Lewis Dot Structures & VSEPR Theory

Lewis Dot Structures & VSEPR Theory. Chemistry Ms. Piela. Lewis Dot. Shows the number of valence electrons for a given atom Rules Each atom is represented by its symbol No more than 2 electrons on each side of the element’s symbol Only the valence electrons appear in a Lewis Dot.

By bela
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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry. Chapter 22. Organic Compounds. All organic compounds contain CARBON. However, not all carbon-containing compounds are classified as organic. Examples: carbonates and oxides are excluded. Carbon-Carbon bonding.

By darci
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BONDING UNIT TIER 4

BONDING UNIT TIER 4

BONDING UNIT TIER 4. Deduce the Lewis structures of molecules and ions for up to four electrons pairs on each atom Predict the shape and bond angles for species with four, three and two negative charge centers on the center atom using the valence shell electron pair repulsion theory (VSEPR)

By aulii
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Chapter 9 Molecular Geometries and Bonding Theories

Chapter 9 Molecular Geometries and Bonding Theories

Chemistry, The Central Science , 10th edition Theodore L. Brown, H. Eugene LeMay, Jr., and Bruce E. Bursten. Chapter 9 Molecular Geometries and Bonding Theories. John D. Bookstaver St. Charles Community College St. Peters, MO  2006, Prentice-Hall, Inc. Bell work.

By cora
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THE MOMMIES: Catherine Anderson, Jess Kaminski, and Kelly Ruegner .

THE MOMMIES: Catherine Anderson, Jess Kaminski, and Kelly Ruegner .

IT’S TWINS! Saturated and Unsaturated Fats – Megan (omega 3) and Alice ( Stearic Acid). THE MOMMIES: Catherine Anderson, Jess Kaminski, and Kelly Ruegner . ALICE. MEGAN.

By devin
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Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding. Carbon Atom- Carbon can bond with itself and other elements in many ways. Three types of chains- Straight chain 2. Branched chain 3. Ring . Forms Of Pure Carbon.

By soren
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Chapter 3- Molecular Shape and Structure

Chapter 3- Molecular Shape and Structure

Chapter 3- Molecular Shape and Structure. What we are going to learn. How the number of bonds and lone pairs affect the geometry of molecules. (VSEPR) How the geometries work with polarity to make a dipole moment. Two theories of bonding Valence Bond Theory: Atomic orbital hybridization.

By lisle
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Shapes of Molecules

Shapes of Molecules

Shapes of Molecules. All shapes came from http :// www.chemmybear.com. VSEPR theory. Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory Simply stated it says- all atoms and electrons pairs will stay as far apart from one another as possible in 3-D space.

By morrie
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