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WILL FAN AND MEDAL PLEASE HELP

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  1. anonymous
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    Hi

  9. diamondboy
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    Do u understand what u are asked and how far have u gone?

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    Hello

  11. anonymous
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    Ok! This isn't so bad, it just requires doing one subtraction per molecule. So if we look at that first list, we have H-Cl, then H-F right? So what we do is we look up H and Cl in the chart and get the numbers: 2.2 for H and 3.16 for Cl. Now subtract the smaller number from the bigger number, 3.16-2.2 = 0.96 Do the same thing for H-F, look up the numbers, do the subtraction and you will get 1.8 (check it) Now we take these values which are the bond polarities of the molecules and compare them by plugging them in, H-Cl < H-F will be .96 < 1.8 which is a true statement, so this part is right. Keep going and compare all the bonds. It will be easier if you are familiar with periodic table trends especially at the top right section is usually where most of your atoms will be found when doing organic chemistry. http://www.chemhume.co.uk/ASCHEM/Unit%201/Ch3IMF/Images%203/electronegativity_values.jpg

  12. anonymous
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    Alright, I think B but could you tell me? If I get it wrong my gpa goes down and I'm locked out of my quiz @Woodward

  13. diamondboy
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    ok

  14. diamondboy
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    H-F is more electronegative than them all

  15. diamondboy
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    can u guess what d first one is.....because electronegativity increases across d period from left to right

  16. anonymous
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    I have no clue, I just feel like B sounds right...

  17. anonymous
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    @Woodward is there another way you can explain?

  18. diamondboy
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    So we said electronegativity increases from left to right on d period of d periodic table

  19. diamondboy
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    having that in mind H-F is greater than H-O>H-Cl>HS

  20. diamondboy
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    so what is your answer @WhatEven

  21. anonymous
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    C?

  22. diamondboy
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    what is the meaning of this "<"

  23. diamondboy
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    ?

  24. anonymous
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    I thought less than but I'm soooooo confused now

  25. diamondboy
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    ok relax...it means less than

  26. diamondboy
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    the answer is the final option

  27. diamondboy
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    so H-F<H-O<H-Cl<H-S

  28. anonymous
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    That was wrong ;-;

  29. diamondboy
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    how?

  30. anonymous
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    It said "NO"

  31. diamondboy
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    if < means less than then thats d answer but if it means greater than then B is the answer

  32. diamondboy
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    do u still have one more try?

  33. diamondboy
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    Please I am sorry...

  34. anonymous
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    No sorry it was my last one

  35. anonymous
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    I'll get it unlocked tomorrow though and tag you

  36. diamondboy
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    would probably try too get an answer before tomorrow. Thanks

  37. anonymous
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    Can I still tag you tomorrow?

  38. diamondboy
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    sure

  39. anonymous
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    thanks

  40. diamondboy
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    Thank God :)

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