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Chem Test 6 Stack

Hybrid Molecular Orbitals

Bonding Orbitals Constructive interference
Anti-Bonding Orbitals Destructive interference
Bond Order Measure of the strenght of a chemical bond equal to the number of shared electron pairs
Valence-Bond Theory Electrons are viewed as localized either between particular pairs of atoms or as lone pairs on atoms
Hybridization Mixing of atomic orbitals into new atomic orbitals with different shapes
Pi Molecular Orbitals Electron density has a nodal plane that contains the bond axis
Sigma Bonds Bond resulting from the occupancy of s-bonding molecular orbitals by electrons
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Probing of a structure based on the absorption of radio-frequency radiation by the nuclei of atoms held in a magnetic field
Photochemistry Study of reactions induced by light
Chemiluminescence Production of light directly from a chemical reaction
Created by: iceman15177