molecular chemistry

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Question 42492

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Molecular Chemistry

Upload the six snapshots for Task 2:Substitution and Polarity (two images per molecule, one with bond lengths and dipoleinformation, the other with MEP surface).

Question 42491

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Molecular Chemistry

Which of the three disubstituted benzene ringspolar? Use your data to justify your is more answer.

Question 42490

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If you compare the dipole moment of individual bonds with the dipole moments of the overall molecule, do you notice a trend between the para-, meta-, and or tho- molecules? Is this trend what you would expect (explain why or whynot)?

Question 42489

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Molecular Chemistry

Describe any changes in the C – C bond distance in the di substituted benzene molecules of Task 2 compared to the benzene molecule of Task 1. Was this effect stronger in any one molecule compared to the others.

Question 42488

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Looking at the bond distances for all of the four compounds, what distance do you think corresponds to a true C – C single bond and to a C = C double bond? How do you explain the bond distances in benzene?

Question 42487

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Molecular Chemistry

Explain and/or describe any trends that you observed in bond lengths. Are these trends consistent with VSEPR theory (explain why or why not).

Question 42486

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Report the average bond lengths for each molecule. Make sure that your results are in units of angstrom (A). Make sure that you are clear to match each average bond length to each molecule. You do not need to show a sample calculation, just the answer.

Question 42485

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Molecular Chemistry

Upload the four snapshots (one per molecule)showing the bond lengths for cyclohexane,cyclohexene, cyclohexadiene, and benzene.Please upload the images as .jpeg or .png files,not .heic.

Question 42484

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Fill in the table at the bottom of page three with the bond lengths from Task 1 (Comparing Single and Double Bonds in Cyclic Hydrocarbons)

Print out the table, fill in the information,and upload an image of the completed table.

• Write out the complete table by hand and upload an image of the completed table.

You can use either of the following methods:

Fill out the spreadsheet included in this table and upload the final table.

Question 41130

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a) You can qualitatively "solve" for y just knowing V (x). List aspects of V (x) that indicate various properties of the wave function (its amplitude, curvature, discontinuities, oscillating or decaying, cusped).

b) Solve for the general solution of a particle in a step potential with V(x) = 0 for x < 0 and V(x) Vo forx > 0 and E < Vo. Apply the boundary conditions at x = 0 and x = co to simplify this y.

c) Explain what is meant by tunneling and how this is not allowed by classical physics.

d) Show that a H atom in this potential would tunnel more than a C atom.

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