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methan
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ethane
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propane
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butane
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pentane
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hexane
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octane
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nonane
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nonane
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decane
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undecane
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dodecane
How can you tell from a skelatel structure if somthing is a alcohol?
there will be OH substituents attached
How can you tell from a skelatal structure if somthing is a haloalkane?
there will be halogen substituents attached
How can you tell from a skelatel if somthing is a alkane?
there will be no OH or halogen substituents attached
What does VSEPR stand for?
valence-shell electron pair repulsion model
Molecular Orbital Theory
a model in which the electrons occupy orbitals as they do in atoms, but extending over the whole molecule
Atomic Orbital
an orbital associated with an atom s,p,d, & f
( ) Bonding
( ) end on end overlap
overlap of same colors
( ) Antibonding
( ) end on end overlap
overlap of opposite color
( ) Bonding
( ) side to side overlap
overlap of opposite color
( ) Antibonding
( ) side to side overlap
overlap of same colors
Describe the reason for using orbital hybridization
hybridization is a simple but useful model for accounting for the arrangement of electrons around an atom in a molecule