Organic Chemistry Practice Problems Electronegativity Practice Problems Solution: Write a three-dimensional formula for each of the ...

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Solution: Write a three-dimensional formula for each of the following molecules using the wedge–dashed wedge–line for-malism. If the molecule has a net dipole moment, indicate its direction with an arrow, → . If the molecule has no net dipole moment, you should so state. (You may ignore the small polarity of C - H bonds in working this and similar problems.) (a) CH3F  

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Write a three-dimensional formula for each of the following molecules using the wedge–dashed wedge–line for-malism. If the molecule has a net dipole moment, indicate its direction with an arrow, → . If the molecule has no net dipole moment, you should so state. (You may ignore the small polarity of C - H bonds in working this and similar problems.)

(a) CH3F