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For identifying, we begin with drawing the Lewis structure then count the amount of bonds that each atom has keeping in mind that one single bond is a sigma bond, a double bond is a sigma and pi bond, and a triple bond is a sigma and two pi bonds. From there it is purely identifying and adding. Hope this helps!
you can just draw the Lewis structure to find the number of single, double, and triple bonds. single bonds are sigma bonds, double bonds have one sigma bond and one pi bond, and triple bonds have one sigma bond and two pi bonds
sarahsalama1G wrote:did we cover sigma and pi bonds? Are we going to cover them this week?
We have not covered sigma and pi bonds yet, but Dr. Lavelle will be covering them during the beginning portion of Monday's lecture. FYI, they will be on the Test 2 occurring this week
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