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lgbasallote Group Title

For which of the following species are the intermolecular interactions entirely due to dispersion forces? A) C2H6 B) CH3OCH3 C) NO2 D) H2S E) CaNO3

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  1. lgbasallote Group Title
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    im thinking it would be the nonpolar molecule...so A?

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  2. Hashir Group Title
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    yup its A ...... because its non polar ..... we have hydrogen bonding in B, C and D

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    thus instantaneous-induced dipole forces are present between non polar molecule :D

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  4. lgbasallote Group Title
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    c d and e dont have h-bonding o.O

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  5. Hashir Group Title
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    sorry //// C , D , and E are POLAR

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  6. Hashir Group Title
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    i misread the question :( //// but the answer is A

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  7. Hashir Group Title
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    when flourine , chlorine, oxygen and nitrogen are present in a non symetrical molecule ... then it is polar

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    and polar molecule have permanent dipole

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    THUS A IS 110 % correct

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    idk how to prove c d and e are polar though

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    how do i prove they are polar?

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    you know something about dipole moment >????

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  13. lgbasallote Group Title
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    all i know is drawing lewis...and it seems tedious

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    you know something about dipole moment >????

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  15. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yes i know dipole moment...somehow

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  16. Hashir Group Title
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    or relative electronegativity of elements

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  17. lgbasallote Group Title
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    when the directions of the electronegativity in the lewis cancel out then zero dipole moment

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  18. Hashir Group Title
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    FLORINE, CHLORINE AND OXYGEN .. are the MOST ELECTRONEGATIVE ELEMENT

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  19. lgbasallote Group Title
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    mmhmm

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  20. Hashir Group Title
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    NO2 is polar because it has a lone electron

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    unbonded

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  22. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yeah...i figured that one out already :D

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    H2S is polar because of 2 lone pairs

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    H2S i think looks something like |dw:1343732893300:dw|

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    yup its shape is bent

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  26. lgbasallote Group Title
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    calcium nitrate...idk how that looks

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    you dont need the structure ..... just look at the oxygen ... secondly ... it is non symmetircal ... thus it must be polar

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    hmm i see

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    |dw:1343733005262:dw|

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    lol enough with H2S we've already confirmed it's polar :p

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    C2H6 looks like this right.. |dw:1343733047139:dw| that's why it's nonpolar?

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    lgbasallote ..its a basic question :D

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  33. lgbasallote Group Title
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    well im not chemistry inclined -_-

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  34. lgbasallote Group Title
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    i can call laplace transforms basic but you wont right? ;)

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    |dw:1343733096534:dw|

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    hmm bottomline they cancel hehe

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    yup :D

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    so wait....if there are no lone pairs then i's nonpolar?

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    it's*

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    not necessarily ...

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  41. lgbasallote Group Title
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    oh

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    its must be symmetrical

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    |dw:1343733217757:dw|

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    |dw:1343733238479:dw|

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    you see the difference :D

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  46. lgbasallote Group Title
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    ohhhh

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    anyway ..we are done with this question

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  48. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yeah i think so too

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    CLOSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEEE IIIIITTTTT

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    |dw:1343733296219:dw|

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