(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Gisselle Sainz 2F
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After drawing our molecular models how do we determine its three-dimensional shape?
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I don't think we learned this in lecture yet but I think its based on the number of bonds and what type of bonds there are.
Eugene Chung 3F
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I think we have to refer to VSEPR notation/ molecular geometry for that, which we have not learned yet in this class.
Hussein Saleh 1L
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We haven't really mentioned that yet. We are just learning the basics at the moment
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The 3-d molecular geometry of compounds has not been discussed in detail yet. I would just focus on the linearity of the compound at this point when observing interactions or Van Der Waals forces between compounds.
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What does it mean the electrons in the control atom ?
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