Chemical bonding

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Chemical bonding
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1

Identify the major assumption of the VSEPR theory, which is used to predict the shape of atoms

The sets of Valence-level electron surrounding an atom cause these sets to be oriented as possible.

2

In water, two hydrogen atoms are bonded to one oxygen. Why isn't water a linear molecule?

It's too complex

3

What orbitals combine together to form sp3 hybrid orbitals around a carbon atom?

Hybridization and methane

4

What 2 factors determine whether or not a molecule is polar?

Electronegativity and bond angles

5

Arrange the following types of attractions from low strength to the highest strength 1 the wekest and 4 the strongest: Hydrogen bonding. ionic. dipole-dipole. London dispersion.

1.London dispersion
2.dipole-dipole
3.hydrogen bonding
4.ionic

6

How are dipole-dipole attractions, london dispersion forces and hydrogen bonding similar?

They all rely on 'opposites' attracting.