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Organic Chem

Chapter one - Jasmine Bryant

wave functions they are orbitals
nodal surfaces wave function changes the sign and the probability if finding the electron is zero
electrostatic oppositely charges particles become apart of a ionic bond when they attract
ionic bond force of attraction between oppositely charged ions
bond dissociation enthalpy the amount of energy required to break down the hydrogen bonding (H2)
polar covalent one of the covalent (molecular) element is high in energy means there is going to be polarization between the two molecules
connectivity the common theme for molecules is that they have the same compound but a different connectivity. very similar to isomers
isomers differ compounds but the same molecular formula
constitutional (structural) isomers differ in connectivity
stereoisomers differ in arrangement of atoms in space
localized electrons being shared between atoms or unshared electrons belonging to a single atom
delocalized pair of electrons shared by a single nuclei
curved arrows they are used to keep track of delocalized electrons (lone pairs)
molecular dipole moment result of all the molecular dipole moment of the substance (total)
Created by: bordeauxlu