Lydon's Week 8 Learning Session

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Shimei_2F
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Lydon's Week 8 Learning Session

Postby Shimei_2F » Tue Nov 19, 2019 9:38 pm

Does anyone have the answers to Lydon's worksheet this week?

Caitlyn Tran 2E
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Re: Lydon's Week 8 Learning Session

Postby Caitlyn Tran 2E » Wed Nov 20, 2019 2:58 pm

You can probably look up the different Lewis structures. Here are some of the answers I wrote down:
2.
3. seesaw
4. cannot be determined; might be able to put slightly <120 degrees or slightly <90 degrees
6.
7. linear
8. nonpolar
9. 180 degrees
11.
12. tetrahedral
13. polar
14. 109.5 degrees
16. 9 sigma bonds, 3 pi bonds
17. 7
18. b=c<e<a<d
19. Increasing molar mass means there is an increase in size and number of electrons. This means higher polarizability, which means that attractive forces are stronger and harder to break. A higher boiling point is required to break these attractions.
20. Neon because it has weaker IMF
21. Water because it has stronger attractions due to the dipole-dipole interaction between water molecules.
22. HO- because it has a shorter bond length, thus making it stronger
23a. HBr because it has a smaller bond length, thus making it stronger
23b. Depends on whether you look at LDF or dipole-dipole interactions.
24c. HF because it has hydrogen bonding.
25b. Yes (polar)
25c. no
25d. square pyramidal
25e. slightly less than 90 or 180 degrees
26b. The molecule has polar bonds since there are differences in electronegativity between the atoms. Also, the dipoles don't cancel, so the molecule is also polar. The bond angles are slightly less than 120 degrees for the FBF bond angle and slightly greater than 120 degrees for FBCl bond angle because the Cl atom is slightly bigger.
27a. ionic
27b. nonpolar
27c. polar

Hope these help!

Esha Chawla 2E
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Re: Lydon's Week 8 Learning Session

Postby Esha Chawla 2E » Wed Nov 20, 2019 4:51 pm

How do we know how many atoms are in the same plane (problem 17)?

PranaviKolla2B
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Re: Lydon's Week 8 Learning Session

Postby PranaviKolla2B » Wed Nov 20, 2019 6:52 pm

Atoms that have pi bonds stay in the same plane I believe.

Anisha Chandra 1K
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Re: Lydon's Week 8 Learning Session

Postby Anisha Chandra 1K » Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:58 am

For 26b, how does size of the atoms impact bond angles?


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