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What is a molecule?

A group of atoms joined together by chemical bondings

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What are the two different types of chemical bondings?

1-Ionic bond 2-Covalent bond

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Explain what a covalent bond is:

Sharing of a pair of electrons between two atoms

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Explain what an ionic bond is:

Complete transfer of one or more electrons from one atom to another.

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If a molecule is hybridized sp which shape has it got?

Linear (Angle 180°)

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If a molecule is hybridized sp2 which shape has it got?

Trigonal planar (Angle 120°)

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If a molecule is angular what sort of hybridization has it got?

sp3

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If a molecule is hybridized dsp3 which shape has it got?

Trigonal pyramidal

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If a molecule is tetrahedral what sort of hybridization has it got?

sp3

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If a molecule is hybridized d2sp3 which shape has it got?

Octahedral

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What is the hybridization of CH4, NH3 and H20?

sp3

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What is the hybridization of ATP?

sp3

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What is the VSEPR theory? (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion pronounced Ves-pur or ves-seh-per)

It is a theory in chemistry that allows scientists to predict the shape of molecules from determining the number of electron pairs of a molecule

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What shape is an s-orbital?

Spherical

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Describe the shape and orientation of the five d-orbitals

4 of the 5 d-orbitals are shaped exactly the same but are orientated differently. The fifth d-orbital has a different shape from the other 4.

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What's hybridization?

A change in the shape of atomic orbitals which allows electron to occupy new locations. The results is an hybrid orbital.

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How are sp3 hybrid orbitals made?

1-First of all, in carbon, an electron from its 2s orbital gets promoted to the unoccupied p-orbital. 2-Then the 2s-orbital mixes with the three 2p-orbitals to form four identical sp3 orbitals. This is why carbon can form four bonds.

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Bases of DNA and RNA have a ______ shape.

Planar (flat)

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Why do the bases of DNA and RNA have a planar (flat) structure?

Usually, molecules with N as their central atom adopt a trigonal pyramidal shape but in the case of the bases of DNA and RNA, the nitrogen atoms in the bases donate their lone pairs to the ring structure.

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What is the difference between intermolecular forces and intramolecular forces?

Intermolecular bonds exist between molecules whereas intramolecular bonds are bonds that exist between atoms in a molecule.

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Intermolecular forces are ____ than intramolecular forces

Weaker

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What are the three types of non-covalent forces (Van der Waals forces)?

Dipole/Dipole forces (aka Keesom forces) Dipole/Induced Dipole (aka Debye forces Induced dipole/Induced dipole (aka London dispersion forces for Higher and Advanced Higher chemistry scum)

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What is a dipole?

A dipole is a separation between two equally but oppositely charged poles or particles.

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Which intermolecular bond can explain why ammonia, water, and hydrogen fluoride have a higher boiling point than predicted?

Hydrogen bond!!!

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Which three atoms must be attached to a hydrogen atom to facilitate hydrogen bonding?

N, O, and F

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Describe induced dipole-induced dipole forces:

Weak molecular interactions that occurs between all molecules.

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What are the three features of induced dipole-induced dipole forces?

1- They are short lived 2- They are weak 3- They operate over short distances

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What are the two factors that affect induced dipole-induced dipole forces?

Size (bigger molecules have stronger dipoles because they have more electrons) and shape (Long and thin molecules develop stronger dipoles because the lie more closely).

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Describe dipole-dipole forces:

The forces that exist between opposite charges on polar molecules (the are permanent).

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Which very important biomolecules depends on hydrogen bonds?

DNA and RNA.

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Why is hydrogen bonding so important in DNA?

1-It stabilizes the structure of DNA 2-It allows DNA to be duplicated

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How many hydrogen bonds exist between A and T and G and C?

A and T - 2 H. bonds G and C - 3 H. bonds

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What is an hydrogen bond?

A dipole-dipole interaction between an hydrogen and an electronegative atom of N, O or F.

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What are the two conditions for hydrogen bonds?

1- The hydrogen atom must be bonded to an atom of N, O or F. 2- The hydrogen bond can only be formed between the hydrogen atom and a lone pair of an atom of N, O or F.