s and p bonds Sigma Bonds PowerPoint Presentation

s  and  p  bonds Sigma Bonds PowerPoint Presentation

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Sigma Bonds. Sigma Bonds. s. bonds. Sketch (badly is fine) what the bonds in the following molecules look like according to valence bond theory:. H. 2. Cl. 2. HCl. s. bonds. Sketch (badly is fine) what the bonds in the following molecules look like according to valence bond theory:. ID: 726321

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s and p bonds

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Sigma Bonds

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Sigma Bonds

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Sigma Bonds

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s bonds

Sketch (badly is fine) what the bonds in the following molecules look like according to valence bond theory:

H

2

Cl

2

HCl

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s bonds

Sketch (badly is fine) what the bonds in the following molecules look like according to valence bond theory:

O

2

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Going back to our Previous Structures. (we’ll skip some of them and I’ll alter a few for this purpose. )

C

H

H

O

What is

the

hybridization

on carbon?

sp

2

What are the orbitals used

for each type of bond?

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Atomic orbital hybridization

s

p

p

p

sp

2

hypridization

sp

2

sp

2

p

sp

2

E

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Going back to our Previous Structures. (we’ll skip some of them and I’ll alter a few for this purpose. )

What are the orbitals used

for each type of bond?

s:

p:

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Faster Examples:

What is the hybridization on each “central” atom (Ns and C)?

What orbitals from each atom is each bond formed with?

Each nitrogen hydrogen bond (they all happen to be the same here)?

Each carbon nitrogen bond (they all happen to be the same here)?

The carbon oxygen bond?

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Faster Examples: What is the hybridization on each “central”, what is each bond formed with?

C-Cl:

C-N:

s

:

p

s

:

P-Br:

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Faster Examples: What is the hybridization on each “central”, what is each bond formed with?

H-O bond:

O-N single bond:

O-N double bond:

s

:

p

:

H-S bond:

C-H

b

ond:

C-I bond:

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Going back to our Previous Structures. (we’ll skip some of them and I’ll alter a few for this purpose. )

N

O

O

N

O

O

s:

p

:

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Faster Examples: What is the hybridization on each “central”, what is each bond formed with?

All C-H bonds:

All N-C bonds:

All C-C

s

bonds:

All C-C

p

bonds:

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