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Chemical Bonds

Q. Here’s a fresh copy of lisdexamphetamine. When learning about acids and bases, we talked a bit about what makes particular parts of a molecular reactive. Shade this molecule by partial charge. That is, for atoms with a partial negative charge, shade them red. For atoms with a partial positive charge, shade them blue. For neutral atoms, shade them gray. Then on the molecule above, circle the bonds you think are most labile (i.e., reactive.) Explain your reasoning. What is the relationship between reactivity and charge?

Solved • Dec 5, 2019

Chemical Bonds

Q. Classify each of these chemical compounds: C6H6

Solved • Dec 2, 2019

Chemical Bonds

Q. Classify each of these chemical compounds: (CH3)2CO

Solved • Dec 2, 2019

Chemical Bonds

Q. Classify each of these chemical compounds: PCl3

Solved • Dec 2, 2019

Chemical Bonds

Q. How many σ and π bonds are in this molecule?

Solved • Dec 3, 2019

Chemical Bonds

Q. Identify specifically the type of bonding in each of the three substances as either ionic, polar covalent, or non-polar covalent. Justify each choice with a supporting statement related to the evidence provided in the table.

Solved • Nov 25, 2019

Chemical Bonds

Q. Which of the elements listed below would most likely form a polar covalent bond when bonded to oxygen?

Solved • Nov 20, 2019