Katherine Brenner 3H wrote:Does Dipole Moments indicate polarity also?
Yes if dipole moments do not cancel out then the molecule is polar
Created by Dr. Laurence Lavelle
sarahsalama1G wrote:if something had hydrogen bonding, it would have a high boiling point correct?
AngieGarcia_4F wrote:Emily_4B wrote:Do you guys know if we’ll get the midterm back or be able to look at it in office hours to review this question?
My TA went over the midterm during discussion so maybe yours will too.
Ali Polansky 1A wrote:Ψ means wavefunction.
the equation is E(wavefunction)= H (wavefunction)
where H= hamiltonian (double derivative)
E= energy of the electron
chari_maya 3B wrote:Wouldn't the total uncertainty be 10 m/s, because the uncertainty is 5.00 m/s +/- 5.0 m/s?