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What do you think the first step is here?
I know the answer. I want to see if you know. You can just tell me the steps. Free medal and fan.
(A) Oh ok well to find the molecular formula just take integer multiples of the masses of each specific element and divide by 50 then multiply by x100 to find your percentage value if it matches up you have the right molecular formula i believe this comes out to HNO2
Yes, that is correct. Element grams given x(mol/actual gram)
(B) |dw:1439532802139:dw| Lewis structure is this i thnk
2 lone pairs on each oxygen
(C) The geometry would be im assuming bent but that hydrogen is throwing me off.
forgot the lone pair on the nitrogen in the lewis structure
kind of important
(D) 3 areas of electron density so im pretty sure sp2 hybridization
(e) So there would be 3 sigma bonds and 1 pi bond
|dw:1439533146170:dw| edited lewis structure
so did i get them right?
B) is correct. C) yea they just want the electron domain. Oops forgot to tell you. Is it trigonal planar or tetrahedral? D) is correct E) is correct
electron domain geometry*
ahh that suddenly makes a lot of sense
Which of the 2 do you think it is?
Trigonal planar and tetrahedral both have bent as their molecular geometry.
I think it is trigonal planar due it only having 1 lone pair, but my knowledge of this has become quite rusty.
Yea it is. It has 3 electron domains on the central atom N.
and it actually fits a trigonal planar geometry if you look at it.
Not 4 because H is not bonded to N. Nice job! All correct!
alrighty cool :P
I have more challenging questions, but most of them are in yahoo answers. Took me a while to figure what problems to post.
I'll post another in like 15 minutes if you got time and want to solve
i mean i didnt google that question and sure sounds good
id rather make a mistake and learn from what i miss
Yea, I know you did not because you had a fast response rate and I picked the one that I could not find in Google lol.