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 CHE-310 Organic Chemistry I Dr. James Lyle; office: NSM D-323 (310) 243-3388 or 243-3376 jlyle@csudh  office hours: M

 CHE-310 Organic Chemistry I Dr. James Lyle; office: NSM D-323 (310) 243-3388 or 243-3376 jlyle@csudh  office hours: M

 CHE-310 Organic Chemistry I Dr. James Lyle; office: NSM D-323 (310) 243-3388 or 243-3376 jlyle@csudh.edu  office hours: MWF: 9-10:00am & Tu: 8:00-9:00am. Web page: http://chemistry.csudh.edu/. texts : Organic Chemistry , Morrison & Boyd (6th) Supplement to..., Morrison & Boyd

By Pat_Xavi
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Gilbert Newton Lewis (surrounded by pairs of electrons)

Gilbert Newton Lewis (surrounded by pairs of electrons)

Hybrid orbitals, Lewis diagrams, the octet rule. Gilbert Newton Lewis (surrounded by pairs of electrons). Review. We can visualize a covalent bond as a balance between attraction and repulsion A second way to view the formation of a bond is to consider orbital diagrams

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Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry. Chapter 23. Radioactivity . Emission of subatomic particles or high-energy electromagnetic radiation by nuclei Such atoms/isotopes said to be radioactive. Its discovery. Discovered in 1896 by Becquerel Called strange, new emission uranic rays

By tien
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All about Ionic Bonding

All about Ionic Bonding

All about Ionic Bonding. Modified for the Internet Please ensure you have all extra Class notes. Suggested Study (Fri 15 th Feb). Physics group please catch up! Exp 1 report due Tues 19 th Feb Please look up and learn some common ions Text book review questions

By cheche
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Writing Lewis Formulas: The Octet Rule

Writing Lewis Formulas: The Octet Rule

Writing Lewis Formulas: The Octet Rule. The octet rule states that representative elements usually attain stable noble gas electron configurations in most of their compounds. Lewis dot formulas are based on the octet rule.

By deana
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I. Types of Chemical Bonds

I. Types of Chemical Bonds

I. Types of Chemical Bonds. Ionic Bonding Chemical bond made by attraction of oppositely charged atoms after the transfer of electrons between them 2 Na + Cl 2 2 Na + Cl - (ionic compound) Metals lose electrons to become cations

By felicia
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CHAPTER 8

CHAPTER 8

CHAPTER 8. Bonding and Molecular Structure. Introduction. Bonds: Attractive forces that hold atoms together in compounds Valence Electrons: the outermost electrons -These e - are involved in bonding. Valence Electrons. Electrons are divided between core and valence electrons

By tex
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 CHE-300 Organic Chemistry I Dr. Noel Sturm; office: NSM D-323 (310) 243-3383 or 243-3376 nsturm@csudh.edu  office hou

 CHE-300 Organic Chemistry I Dr. Noel Sturm; office: NSM D-323 (310) 243-3383 or 243-3376 nsturm@csudh.edu  office hou

 CHE-300 Organic Chemistry I Dr. Noel Sturm; office: NSM D-323 (310) 243-3383 or 243-3376 nsturm@csudh.edu  office hours: by Appointment. Web page: http://www.nbs.csudh.edu/chemistry/faculty/nsturm Print the slides as Hand-Outs, 6 per page, before coming to class. Text :

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Chapter 8 Bonding and Molecular Structure

Chapter 8 Bonding and Molecular Structure

Chapter 8 Bonding and Molecular Structure. Chemical Bonding. attractive force holding two or more atoms together. Chemical bond :. Covalent bond:. a sharing electrons between the atoms. non–metal / non–metal bonds.

By bunme
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Chemical Bonds, Electronegativity , Lewis Structures, VSEPR and Molecular Geometry

Chemical Bonds, Electronegativity , Lewis Structures, VSEPR and Molecular Geometry

Chemical Bonds, Electronegativity , Lewis Structures, VSEPR and Molecular Geometry. Students will identify differences between ionic and covalent bonding, draw lewis structures and identify molecular geometry using VSEPR. Bonds.

By donny
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Bonding: General Concepts

Bonding: General Concepts

Bonding: General Concepts. AP Chemistry Unit 8 Author: BobCatChemistry. Types of Chemical Bonds. Ionic Bonds. Ionic Bonds are formed when an atom that loses electrons relatively easily reacts with an atom that has a high attraction for electrons.

By seven
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Chapter 8 Bonding

Chapter 8 Bonding

Chapter 8 Bonding. 8.1 Types of Bonds. There are lots of experiments we can do to determine the nature of materials Melting point Conductivity Solubility Charge distribution in an electric field Bond Energy – The energy required to break a bond

By jesse
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Electron Configuration and Atomic Properties

Electron Configuration and Atomic Properties

Electron Configuration and Atomic Properties. Topics: Electron Spins and Magnetism Orbital Energy Electronic Configurations of Elements Atomic Properties Ions OWLs Due on 28-November. Electron Spin and Magnetism . There is an additional quantum number, and one that is very important!

By berke
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Chemistry Journal : November 25

Chemistry Journal : November 25

Chemistry Journal : November 25. Use a periodic table to help answer the questions below. How does the electron configuration for bromine end? 2. How many energy levels are there in a bromine atom? What name is given to the group that contains bromine?.

By samira
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Covalent Bonding

Covalent Bonding

Covalent Bonding . Sharing of Electron Pairs: Non-metal with Non-metal Atoms. Covalent Bonding . Compounds that are NOT held together by an electrical attraction, but instead by a sharing of electrons. Occur between nonmetal atoms with electronegativity differences less than 1.67.

By rhett
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Chapter 12 Chemical Bonding

Chapter 12 Chemical Bonding

Chapter 12 Chemical Bonding. QUESTION. Most chemical bonds consist of electrostatic attractive forces and are called ____ bonds, or of shared electrons and are called _____bonds. electric; shared ionic; covalent ionic; molecular electronic; coordinate. ANSWER.

By wes
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Chapter 8 Bonding and Molecular Structure

Chapter 8 Bonding and Molecular Structure

Chapter 8 Bonding and Molecular Structure. Chemical Bonding. attractive force holding two or more atoms together. Chemical bond :. Covalent bond:. a sharing electrons between the atoms. non–metal / non–metal bonds.

By riona
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Warm Up : November

Warm Up : November

Warm Up : November. Write the electron configurations for magnesium and calcium. 2. What do these configurations have in common? Where are these two elements located on the periodic table? Without writing the entire configuration, predict how the electron configuration of barium ends.

By aphrodite-griffin
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Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry. September 16, 2013. Preview of Lesson. Where are electrons found around the nucleus? 4 different shaped orbitals (x-ray diffraction and electron microscopy) s, p, d, f Higher energy levels have more shapes Each orbital can hold 2 e- Locate the e- 90% of the time

By august-allison
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Chapter 7 Ionic and Metallic Bonding

Chapter 7 Ionic and Metallic Bonding

Chapter 7 Ionic and Metallic Bonding. Section 7.1 Ions. Electrons in the highest occupied energy level of an element’s atoms are called Valence electrons. To find the number of valence electrons in an atom of a representative element, simply look at its group number.

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