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  • 3 years ago

Describe, with the aid of a diagram, how the overlap of two half-filled 1s orbitals produces a sigma bond.

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  1. yummydum
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    oops

  2. yummydum
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    can i get help anyway?

  3. baldymcgee6
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    |dw:1354244284581:dw|Head on overlap

  4. yummydum
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    so thats correct?

  5. baldymcgee6
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    I think it is correct.. :D

  6. baldymcgee6
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    How about you post it in the chem group...

  7. yummydum
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    wait i have a question....it asked for the overlapping of two HALF filled orbitals...

  8. baldymcgee6
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    Two 1s orbitals, each half filled with an electron, share electrons in a covalent bond

  9. yummydum
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    okay well methane's geo structure is tetrahedral

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    109.5?

  11. yummydum
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    okay i know its either of the 3: Trigonal bipyramidal, tetrahedral, or octahedral

  12. yummydum
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    and i think its tetrahedral

  13. yummydum
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    okay so the bonding angle predicted is 109.5 degrees since the three dimensional shape is a tetrahedral

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    okay and ammonia is also tetrahedral?

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    okay so that's also 109.5 degrees

  16. yummydum
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    http://biobook.nerinxhs.org/bb/cells/biochemistry/400px-3D_model_hydrogen_bonds_in_waterpng.png and then at this

  17. yummydum
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    so oh wait its tetrahedral

  18. yummydum
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    >.< im so stupidd

  19. yummydum
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    cool he speaks chinese, who knew

  20. yummydum
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    lol...nin i didnt get any of that

  21. yummydum
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    is it BENT?

  22. yummydum
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    whats the geometric shape of the ion \(BF_4~^-\)?

  23. yummydum
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    okay whats geometric shape?

  24. yummydum
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    k now ur just making me look retarded...im gonna delete em too lol

  25. yummydum
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    alright well thanks so much nin :) 'nite!

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