Organic Chemistry Essay by The Research Group

Organic Chemistry
An overview of the fundamentals of organic chemistry.
# 72827 | 2,250 words | 6 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Chemistry (General)


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This paper answers some questions on Lewis Dot structures, polarity of molecules, molecular and electron geometry of molecules, and gives some dot structures, polarity and molecular data on a number of chemicals.

From the Paper:

"The difference in polarity between CO and SO can be explained by their molecular shape. The CO has a linear shape being O C O. There are two electron domains around the central carbon atom therefore it is linear. There is no charge on the molecule because there are no lone electron pairs. The SO molecule is a bent molecule existing as a resonance structure with a lone pair of electrons on the S. The molecule has an S-O single bond and an S O double..."

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