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Bonding & Molecular Shapes Dr. Ron Rusay Spring 2003 © Copyright 2003 R.J. Rusay.

J. Rusay Chemical Bonds Definition: Attractive forces which hold atoms together and provide a particular molecular arrangement of atoms with new chemical properties. Ionic vs. Covalent Bonding Electron Configurations Noble /Bond Lengths  Interatomic distance.  It is the distance where the bond energy is at a minimum value, and which is the most stable atomic form. Covalent Bonding & Bond Length Bond Lengths and Covalent Radius The Periodic Table Bond Lengths : Bond Strengths Actual vs. Expected Bond Length/


What Do Molecules Look Like? Recall that we have two types of electron pairs: bonding and lone. The Lewis Dot Structure approach provides some insight.

is filled completely (Hund’s rule) Bond Order Bond Order = # bonding #anti-bonding electrons electrons 2 The bond order is an indication of bond strength: Greater bond order Greater bond strength (Shorter bond length) Bond Order: Examples H2H2 Bond order = (2-0)/2 = 1 Single bond Stable molecule (436 kJ/mol bond) He 2 Bond order = (2-2)/2 = 0 No bond! Unstable molecule (0 kJ/mol bond) He 2 + H2+H2+ Bond order = (2-1)/2 = 1/


DEFINITION: The word polymer is derived from the two greek words polyandmers Polymers are macro molecules formed by linking smaller molecules repeatedly,

DEFINITION: The word / sides Atactic Randomly placed - Conversion from one stereoisomerism to another is not possible by simple rotation about single chain bond; bonds must be severed first, then reformed! www.bookspar.com | Website for Students | VTU NOTES | QUESTION PAPERS/ the individual chains are held together by weak intermolecular force of attraction strength increases with increase in chain length (in turn increase in molecular weight) as the longer chains are entangled (anchored) better In cross/


Chemistry of Proteins. Definition: Proteins are organic compounds with a high molecular weight formed of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen and may.

2. Globular proteins. 1.Fibrous proteins: They have an axial ratio of more than 10. Axial ratio = Length/Width of the protein molecule. They are fairly stable proteins. Examples,They have an axial ratio of more than 10. Axial ratio/ the carboxyl group of asparatic acid.These are salt bonds formed between oppositely charged groups in the side chains of amino acids e.g.  -amino group of lysine and the carboxyl group of asparatic acid. Denaturation of Proteins Definition: It is the loss of the native form of/


SOLID Crystalline solids (1) Atoms and molecules are arranged in a regular 3 dimensional array Solids have very definite geometric shape Basic unit:

to an attractive force between opposite ends of such dipoles in neighbouring atomsdipole Interatomic bonds (4) Microscopic interpretations of macroscopic phenomena (1) Elasticity & Hooke ’ s / will increase resulting in expansion Microscopic interpretations of macroscopic phenomena (4) Definite shapes for solids At low temperatures the kinetic energy of the molecules /The effect is known as hysteresis The sample returns to its original length when the load is completely removed Properties of rubber (1) When /


1 Energetics 6.1What is Energetics? 6.2Enthalpy Changes Related to Breaking and Forming of Bonds 6.3Standard Enthalpy Changes 6.4Experimental Determination.

free energy Big bang Big chill H = G +TS T  0 K T  1.4  10 32 K 155 Planck’s units Planck’s length Planck’s time 1.416785(71) × 10 32 K Planck’s temperature h = Planck’s constant G = gravitational constant c = speed of light in /141) (b)(i) 170 6.2 Enthalpy changes related to breaking and forming of bonds (SB p.141) (ii) Back 171 (a)Why must the condition “burnt completely in oxygen” be emphasized in the definition of standard enthalpy change of combustion? Answer 6.3 Standard enthalpy changes (SB p.147/


1 CHEMICAL BONDING Cocaine. 2 Chemical Bonding Problems and questions — How is a molecule or polyatomic ion held together? Why are atoms distributed at.

pair of atoms Double bond Single bond Triple bond AcrylonitrileAcrylonitrile 44 Bond Order Fractional bond orders in resonance structures. Consider NO 2 - The N—O bond order = 1.5 45 Bond Order Bond order is proportional to two important bond properties: (a) bond strength (b)bond length 745 kJ 414 kJ 110 pm 123 pm 46 Bond Length Bond length is the distance between the nuclei of two bonded atoms. 47 Bond length depends on bond order. Bond distances measured using/


Intermolecular forces- IMF Application of Core principles Of chemistry Edexcel new Specification Intermolecular attraction - physical bond (weak forces)

covalent bonds. Intermolecular forces arise when a partially negative charge on a molecule is attracted to a partially positive charge on another molecule. Intermolecular forces A. Definition of IMF Attractive forces between molecules.  Much weaker than chemical bonds /water, there are exactly the right number of each. Water could be considered as the "perfect" hydrogen bonded system. Comparison of Bond Lengths: The graphic on the right shows a cluster of water molecules in the liquid state. Water is a/


Chapter 8 Bonding: General Concepts. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.CRS Question, 8–2 QUESTION The force of attraction between.

.CRS Question, 8–22 ANSWER Choice 4 shows both the accepted definition for bond character to be considered ionic (50%), and the electronegativity difference used to classify bonds as ionic (1.7). Remember, though, that any compound that/bond length with a lower bond energy. 2.Fewer shared e – pairs ensures a longer bond length with a lower bond energy. 3.More shared e – pairs ensures a longer bond length, with a lower bond energy. 4.Fewer shared e – pairs ensures a shorter bond length, with a higher bond/


Covalent Bonding & Resonance Structures 4.2.1 4.2.3 4.2.4.

bond order. There are two definitions of bond order and we are going to stick with the ultra simple one. Bond order is the number of bonds holding two atoms together. Covalent Bond Length and Strength  The length and strength of a covalent bond is closely related to its bond order. Bond order is inversely related to bond length. ○ So a double bond will be ______________ than a single bond. ○ Shorter Covalent Bond Length and Strength  The length/


Covalent and Co-ordinate covalent bonding Lecture Two CHEMICAL BONDING - Covalent and Co-ordinate covalent bonding.

shared pair of electrons remains localised in a definite space between the nuclei of the two atoms. This gives a directional character to the covalent bond. Bond Order -Number of electron pairs that are shared between two atoms Bond Length - The minimum energy distance between the nuclei of two bonded atoms in a molecule SINGLE COVALENT BOND A covalent bond formed by mutual sharing of one pair of/


Bonding, Molecular Shape & Structure

between atoms with little or no electronegativity difference (less than 0.5). Polar Covalent – Bonds which occur between atoms with a definite electronegativity difference (between 0.5 and 2.0). Ionic – Bonds which occur between atoms with a large electronegativity difference (2.0 or greater), where electron/CO(CH 3 ) 2, H 2 O) are Polar. The dipoles are not all equal or in opposite directions (partial charges and bond lengths are all different in C-Cl, C-H, C=O, C-H) (H 2 O is a bent molecule not linear, /


CHEMICAL BONDING Chapter 6 – Sections 2 - 5 – Pages 178 - 207.

compound are related. The shorter the bond length between two atoms in a compound, the higher the bond energy will be. If two atoms have a small bond length, then they will be expected to have a high bond energy. This means that the smaller the bond length, then larger energy is required to break this bond - more energy is required when bond length small. When bond length is large, less energy is/


ME 330 Engineering Materials Lecture 4 Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding Chemistry review Interatomic bonding in solids Crystalline vs. Amorphous.

dipoles -general case: -ex: liquid HCl -ex: polymer Bond length, r Bond energy, E o Melting Temperature, T m T m is larger if E o is larger. PROPERTIES FROM BONDING: T M Elastic modulus, E E ~ curvature at r o/ enough order to diffract light –Rarely purely amorphous - have regions of crystallinity –Many polymers and some ceramics Atomic Packing Crystal Structure Definitions Unit cell: Smallest repeating unit of the crystal. Lattice: 3–D framework of a crystal where atoms are located Lattice parameters: /


Chap 3. Bonding in Polymers Primary Covalent Bond CCCH Hydrogen Bond O H H O C OHN d d + dd + Dipole Interaction CN N C d d + Ionic Bond CO O Zn O CO +1.

Bond CO O Zn O CO +1 _ _ _ _ PE  m r Attraction Repulsion Van der Waals CH 2 2 Six crystal system Isometric ; 3 mutually perpendicular axes of equal length. Tetragonal ; 3 perpendicular axes are equal in length. Orthogonal ; 3 perpendicular all of different length. Monoclinic ; 3 axes of unequal length/ of crystalline component. To get f c : Using definition of volume fractions:and Substituting in f c into the original definition: Polymer crystallinity Conditions for crystallization 1.Packing is facilitated/


A2 Chemistry MATERIALS REVOULTION (MR) BONDING AND STRUCTURE  ELECTRONEGATIVITY (AND TRENDS)ELECTRONEGATIVITY (AND TRENDS)  PREDICTING POLARITY OF.

bond is in fact covalent. ELECTRONEGATIVITY TABLE ELECTRONEGATIVITY AND BOND POLARITY The reason we can use electronegativity values to predict bond polarity is simple, when we think about the it’s definition; the tendency of an atom to attract bonding / points. 6.Cross-links - extensive linkage via covalent bonds greatly higher melting and boiling points. Increasing the chain length of a polymer generally increases it’s strength but a critical length must be reached before this actually comes into effect. /


Definition: Solids are characterised by incompressibility, rigidity and mechanical strength. The atoms molecules or ions in solids are closely-packed and.

electrical conductivity, magnetic susceptibility etc. are different in different directions) having a definite geometrical shape with surfaces that are usually plane and having sharp edges. External Features/ differencein the path lengths of the waves reflected from the successive planes is equal to an integral number of wave lengths. Drawing OL and/ of the Braggs equation. Graphite Structure : Each carbon atom is covalently bonded to three others involving sp2 hybrid orbitals instead of four as in diamond/


© 2006 Thomson Higher Education Chapter 2 Polar Covalent Bonds; Acids and Bases.

mass of positive and negative charges within a molecule do not coincide If one positive and one negative charge were separated by just less than the length of an average covalent bond (100 pm), the dipole moment would be  = (1.60  10  19 C)(100  10 -12 m)( 1 D /, such as Mg 2+, are Lewis acids because they accept a pair of electrons when they form a bond to a base Acids and Bases: The Lewis Definition Compounds of group 3A elements, such as BF 3 and AlCl 3 are Lewis acids Have unfilled valence orbitals/


Chapter 9 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories CHEMISTRY The Central Science 9th Edition David P. White.

molecules are found in molecular orbitals. Molecular Orbitals Molecular orbitals: each contain a maximum of two electrons; have definite energies; can be visualized with contour diagrams; are associated with an entire molecule. The Hydrogen Molecule When two AOs/to the MOs, taking into account Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule. As bond order increases, bond length decreases. As bond order increases, bond energy increases. Second-Row Diatomic Molecules Configurations for B 2 Through Ne 2 Second-Row/


Relative Strengths of Organic Acids and Bases Background knowledge for today: Proton based definition of an acid is? Recall what does it mean for an acid.

so well start by looking at the reason for its basic properties. 24 Just like with the acids, we’ll use the definition of a base as "a substance which combines with hydrogen ions (protons)". Strength in a base will be how easily they take/ forms a resonance-stabilized conjugate base—a carboxylate anion. The acetate anion has two C—O bonds of equal length (1.27 Å) and intermediate between the length of a C—O single bond (1.36 Å) and C=O (1.21 Å). 38 Resonance stabilization accounts for why carboxylic/


1 Chapter 12 Bond Prices and the Importance of Duration.

for a finite length of time u Most bonds are annuities plus an ultimate repayment of principal 24 Zero Coupon Bonds u A zero coupon bond has a specific maturity date when it returns the bond principal u A zero coupon bond pays no periodic / lasts forever u Consols are not very prevalent in the U.S. 27 Convertible Bonds u Definition u Security-backed bonds u Commodity-backed bonds 28 Definition u A convertible bond gives the bondholder the right to exchange them for another security or for some physical/


Chapter 11 Bond Pricing and Selection

Federal, state, and local governments Government agencies Foreign corporations or governments Security Definition Unsecured Debt Secured Debt Definition The security of a bond refers to what backs the bond (what collateral reduces the risk of the loan) Unsecured Debt Governments: /for a finite length of time Most bonds are annuities plus an ultimate repayment of principal Zero Coupon Bonds A zero coupon bond has a specific maturity date when it returns the bond principal A zero coupon bond pays no periodic/


1.1. Definition A. Biochemistry: Biological Chemistry, Physiological Chemistry Chemistry General Chemistry Organic Chemistry—Last parts Inorganic Chemistry.

Formation of a hybrid generates a fluorescent spot at a definite site on the chip Identification of paired sequences in cDNA and/2n C. Applications of PCR Forensics: DNA finger printing Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms ( RFLPs); Each persons’s DNA has a unique sequence pattern/ Go’  0 : not spontaneous, input of energy B. Energy rich compounds Acid anhydrides: Phosphanhydride bonds : resonance stabilization, charge repulsion Phosphoenolpyruvate Thioesters Page 387 Table 14.6 and Fig. 14.14 Chapter /


Mechanical Bonded Assemblies and Technology

These establish: = mean tensile stress in the metal= and by definition: # = mean shear stress in the joint = Substituting for /length). Unless length is increased in thick joints, there may be marked scatter in the results, making the top end of the curve difficult to plot with accuracy. Fault Finding Hints Test Methods Lap shear testing Hydrostatic through burst pressure testing of sealed units Leak checking Sealed units Conclusion Command Technology possesses the requirements to handle nearly every bonding/


Chemistry 100 Chapter 8 Chemical Bonding Basic Concepts.

pair of electrons from a terminal atom to make a pi () bond. Formal Charges  Definition: formal charge on atom = number of valence electrons – number of non-bonding - ½ the number of bonding electrons.  Formal charge in a Lewis Structure is a bookkeeping / We would expect to find two different bond lengths in benzene (C=C and C-C bonds).  C= C  bond length = 133 pm = 0.133 nm  C-C  bond length = 0.154 nm  Experimentally, all benzene carbon-carbon bond lengths are equivalent at 0.140 nm Exceptions to/


Chapter 1 Industrial gums– polysaccharides and their derivatives 1-1 Introduction 1-2 Definition of gums 1-3 Industrially valuable properties of gums 1-4.

that are a result of its individual unique molecular structure 1-2 Definition of gums The Gum refers to plant or microbial polysaccharides or /1.58 3-3-2 Uniformity of substitution The unsubstituted regions tend to interact through hydrogen bonding and generate thixotropy ( 搖溶 性 ) in solutions Increase in thixotropy with increasing concentration is/Concentration of polymer Metal cation to carboxylate anion ratio pH Polymer chain-length Aluminum-CMC gels Resistant to nonchelating acids but dissolve slowly in /


Lewis Dot. Types of Bonds A. Electronegativity - The ability of an atom to attract electrons to itself in a bond 1.Periodic Trends (link to size) Metals.

Definition – When a molecule can exist in more than one arrangement of electrons 1. Atoms remain static 2. Only the electrons move Resonance Structures Examples NO 2 - CHO 2 - HNO 3 Which needs resonance, SO 3 or SO 3 2- Order the species in the previous problem from shortest to longest bond length./ LE c) BaO has highest charges, highest LE Lewis Dot 34. a) Draw LD of H 2 O 2 and O 2 b) O 2 has a double bond, shorter bond length 38. a) Ob) Alc) Cld) F 40. a) O-F < C-F < Be-F b) S-Br < C-P < O-Cl c) C/


Chapter 9 Chapter 9 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories.

Noelle Wheatley is the bomb!! Chapter 9 Molecular Orbitals Molecular orbitals: each contain a maximum of two electrons; have definite energies; can be visualized with contour diagrams; are associated with an entire molecule. The Hydrogen Molecule When two AOs/to the MOs, taking into account Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule. As bond order increases, bond length decreases. As bond order increases, bond energy increases. Chapter 9 Second-Row Diatomic Molecules Configurations for B 2 Through Ne 2 /


Chemical Bonding IB Topic 4 1. Types of Chemical Bonding IonicCovalentMetallic 2.

definite vibration” There are 2 broad categories of solids: 1. crystalline – atoms arranged in a pattern 2. amorphous – no regular pattern There are 3 main types of crystalline solids: 1. atomic – atoms at the lattice points a. metallic – delocalized e - bonding (metallic bonding/ other by weak van der Waals forces. Buckminster fullereneStructure As the molecule is totally symmetrical with all bond lengths and angles being equal, it is likely/inevitable that the hybridisation of the carbon atoms is somewhere/


Bonding Dr. Ron Rusay Fall 2001 © Copyright 2001 R.J. Rusay.

Showing the Formation of LiF, [Li + and F - ] through Electron Transfer Covalent Bond Lengths  Interatomic distance.  It is the distance where the bond energy is at a minimum value, and which is the most stable atomic form. IR TutorIR Tutor Covalent Bonding & Bond Length Bond Lengths and Covalent Radius The Periodic Table Bond Lengths : Bond Strengths Actual vs. Expected Bond Length Actual = 0.127 nm Expected = 0.136 nm Electronegativity Electronegativity  The ability/


Learning to Use Bond Tracker 2.0 Efficiently and Accurately.

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Lipid. Definition Lipids are organic compounds formed mainly from alcohol and fatty acids combined together by ester linkage.

characteristics of the fat Fatty Acid Chain Length Short chain: 2 to 6 C (volatile fatty acids) Medium chain: 8 – 12 C Long chain: 14 – 24 C As chain length increases, melting point increases Fatty acids synthesized/phospholipid, cholesterol or triglycerides. The holding bonds are secondary bonds. Definition: Lipoproteins are lipids combined with proteins in the tissues. The lipid component is phospholipid, cholesterol or triglycerides. The holding bonds are secondary bonds. They include: They include: 1./


CHE 106 CHAPTER NINE MOLECULAR GEOMETRY AND BONDING THEORIES.

CHAPTER NINE MOLECULAR GEOMETRY AND BONDING THEORIES Molecular Geometry Some helpful definitions: Bond Distance: the distance, usually given in Angstroms or pm, between two bonded atoms. Bond Angle: The angle formed between three bonded atoms. Molecular Geometry Lewis /. Orbital Overlap As the atomic orbitals overlap, there is a relationship between the potential energy, stability and bond length of the molecule. As the atomic orbitals approach one another, there PE decreases, because they are becoming /


Chapter 5 Section 5.2. Types of Accounts in a Bank Certificate of Deposit Money Market Accounts U.S. Savings Bonds Certificate of Deposit Money Market.

Deposit Money Market Accounts U.S. Savings Bonds Certificate of Deposit Money Market Accounts U.S. Savings Bonds Certificate of Deposit Is often referred as a CD (not the music kind). Some info about CD’s Term – length a CD Principal – the original amount you/ Yield (APY) Is the amount of interest that a $100 deposit would earn, after compounding, for one year. Easier definition – It is the amount of interest that you would accumulate on the account if you did not deposit or withdrawal anything from/


Prentice Hall © 2003Chapter 9 Chapter 9 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories CHEMISTRY The Central Science 9th Edition David P. White.

orbitals. Prentice Hall © 2003Chapter 9 Molecular Orbitals Molecular orbitals: each contain a maximum of two electrons; have definite energies; can be visualized with contour diagrams; are associated with an entire molecule. The Hydrogen Molecule When two /to the MOs, taking into account Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule. As bond order increases, bond length decreases. As bond order increases, bond energy increases. Prentice Hall © 2003Chapter 9 Second-Row Diatomic Molecules Configurations for B 2/


Chapter 4 Chemical Bonding Silberberg Ch 9,10,11Atkins: Ch 2,3.

of the carbonate (CO 3 2- ) ion? Additional Examples of Resonance Ozone: O 3 Bond lengths: 138 pm Bond order: 3/2 C C bond order: 3/2 C C bond length: 140 pm Simplified resonance form Benzene: C 6 H 6 an organic compound Exceptions to the/ about molecular structure and identity. CO 2 IR inactive – no change in dipole fingerprinting – definitive method of identification CH 2 CHC N Valence Bond Theory and Hybridization Application of VB theory to polyatomic molecules must account for molecular geometry. BeCl /


AsPacker – Wire Bond Explorer AsPacker is a tool to explore and develop Bare Die Wirebond Solutions for your Project. AsPacker is a tool to explore and.

length. Minimum total wirebond length. Minimum wirebond angles. Minimum wirebond angles. Algorithm places die bond pads into geographic groups based on distances between die bond pads and bonds out each group separately. Algorithm places die bond pads into geographic groups based on distances between die bond pads and bonds/ Placement guides are used for signals. Typical Design Flow (2b) Each tier has it’s own definition and DRC rules. All units are in microns except for Wire Width which can either be Mils /


MCG Employee Solder Training Course 点焊培训课程

’s soldering knowledge and proficiency. 提高作业远点焊技术和熟练程度 Session I Agenda Coarse Objectives Terms and Definitions Soldering Tools and Materials Lead Preparation Soldering Methods Soldering Connections Soldering Defects Quiz Three/ Pinholes, voids or nonwetting exceeds 5% of the area required to be tinned. Length of untinned strands from end of insulation is greater than one wire diameter. Solder/joint, the solder was melted by the iron, but did not bond to the parts to be soldered. The joint did not exhibit /


Chapter 9 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories

MO Theory Molecular orbitals: When two AOs overlap, two MOs form. each contain a maximum of two electrons; have definite energies; can be visualized with contour diagrams; are associated with an entire molecule. When two AOs overlap, two MOs /to the MOs, taking into account Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule. As bond order increases, bond length decreases. As bond order increases, bond energy increases. Configurations for B2 Through Ne2 Electron Configurations and Molecular Properties Two types of /


CHAPTER 9 MASONRY.

Definitions Section 9.1 & 9.2 deals with the description of symbolic notations and terminologies used in the documents, such as; Column An isolated vertical load bearing member having length to width ratio not more than 4.0. Pier A thickened section forming integral part of a wall placed at intervals along the wall length/band. 9.7.2.2 – Confined Masonry The horizontal and vertical confining elements shall be bonded together and anchored to the elements of the main structural system. Masonry walls shall be /


Chem 59-651 Main Group Metallocenes A strict definition of “metallocene” insists that such compounds must contain a metal that is sandwiched between two.

Group Metallocenes A strict definition of “metallocene” insists that such compounds must contain a metal that is sandwiched between two cyclopentadienyl (C 5 H 5, Cp) groups, however I will use the term to describe any compounds containing a “metal” that is bonded to the  / of mass of the 5 C atoms is known as the centroid. A  -bonded Cp can be identified by the angle at the ipso carbon and bond lengths should indicate single bonds to the ipso carbon and a localized diene structure for the  and  carbon /


Chapter 12 Bond Prices and the Importance of Duration

selling them: Corporation Federal, state, and local governments Government agencies Foreign corporations or governments Definition The security of a bond refers to what backs the bond (what collateral reduces the risk of the loan) Unsecured Debt Governments: Full faith and/ for a finite length of time Most bonds are annuities plus an ultimate repayment of principal Zero Coupon Bonds A zero coupon bond has a specific maturity date when it returns the bond principal A zero coupon bond pays no periodic /


Bonding: General Concepts AP Chemistry Unit 8 Author: BobCatChemistry.

is called the bond length. Covalent Bonds Covalent bonds form between molecules in which electrons are shared by nuclei. The bonding electrons are typically positioned between the two positively charged nuclei. Polar Covalent Bonds Polar covalent bonds are an intermediate/phase. Therefore the operational definition of ionic is any compound that conducts an electric current when melted will be classified as ionic. Bond Character The Covalent Chemical Bond Chemical Bond Model A chemical bond can be viewed as /


Chemical Bonding and Non-Covalent Interactions for Biochemistry Student Edition 8/27/13 Pharm. 304 Biochemistry Fall 2014 Dr. Brad Chazotte 213 Maddox.

3.1Matthews et al, 1999 Table 2.2 Van der Waals Radii Note: OTHER, ADJACENT ATOMS EFFECT BOND LENGTHS. Van der Waals Radii, Bond Lengths & Angles, and the Water Molecule: Diagram Voet. Voet & Pratt, 2013 Fig 2.1 1/. Increasing electronegativity Lehninger 2000 Table 3.3 Common Biomolecule Bond Strengths Bond energy (one definition): the amount of energy to break a bond Bonds with lower energies can be made to break before other stronger bonds. When bonds are broken and formed in a chemical reaction the energy/


LIPIDS.

LIPIDS Definition: Made up of C, H and O Lipids are hydrophobic compounds. insoluble or poorly soluble in water, Readily soluble in non-polar solvents such as /acids are water-insoluble. Long straight-chain carboxylic acids no branching Most common chains range from 10–20 carbons in length Can be saturated (containing no double bonds) or unsaturated (containing one or more double bonds that are always separated at 3 carbon intervals), but usually no other functional groups present The general formula of /


Covalent Bonding Sec. 8.3: Molecular Structures. Objectives List the basic steps used in drawing Lewis structures. List the basic steps used in drawing.

bond lengths are equal to each other - the bond length is an average of the bonds in the resonance structure. The actual bond lengths are equal to each other - the bond length is an average of the bonds in the resonance structure. –All bonds are shorter than single bonds but longer than double bonds/by another atom. If this occurs, the bond formed is called a coordinate covalent bond. If this occurs, the bond formed is called a coordinate covalent bond. –Definition: a bond formed when an atom donates a pair /


Chemistry 100 Chapter 8 Chemical Bonding Basic Concepts.

pair of electrons from a terminal atom to make a pi (  ) bond. Formal Charges Definition: formal charge on atom = number of valence electrons – number of non-bonding - ½ the number of bonding electrons. Formal charge in a Lewis Structure is a bookkeeping “device” / We would expect to find two different bond lengths in benzene (C=C and C-C bonds). C= C  bond length = 133 pm = 0.133 nm C- C  bond length = 0.154 nm Experimentally, all benzene carbon-carbon bond lengths are equivalent at 0.140 nm Exceptions /


2. Polar Covalent Bonds: Acids and Bases Why this chapter? Description of basic ways chemists account for chemical reactivity. Establish foundation for.

times distance r between charges   = Q  r, in debyes (D), 1 D = 3.336  10  30 coulomb meter  length of an average covalent bond, the dipole moment would be 1.60  10  29 C  m, or 4.80 D. 17 Dipole Moments in Water and Ammonia Large /in Following Lewis Acid-Base Reactions 71 Lewis Bases Lewis bases can accept protons as well as Lewis acids, therefore the definition encompasses that for Brønsted bases Most oxygen- and nitrogen-containing organic compounds are Lewis bases because they have lone pairs/


Organic Compounds Carbon containing compounds Carbon containing compounds Form covalent Form covalent bonds with (usually) other carbon or hydrogen atoms.

chains (long hydrocarbon chains – triglyceride). Fatty acids can be of varying lengths; 14-20 carbons are average Fatty acids can be of varying lengths; 14-20 carbons are average Saturated fats – all carbons on the internal structure have H + bonded to them Saturated fats – all carbons on the internal structure have H + bonded to them These fats (which come mostly from animals) tend to/


LIPIDS I. Definition: Made up of C, H and O Lipids are hydrophobic compounds. Lipids are hydrophobic compounds. insoluble or poorly soluble in water,

LIPIDS I Definition: Made up of C, H and O Lipids are hydrophobic compounds. Lipids are hydrophobic compounds. insoluble or poorly soluble in water, insoluble or/ straight-chain carboxylic acids –no branching Most common chains range from 10–20 carbons in length Most common chains range from 10–20 carbons in length Can be saturated (containing no double bonds) or unsaturated (containing one or more double bonds that are always separated at 3 carbon intervals), but usually no other functional groups present /


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