Lecture Notes for CHEM 1035 - General Chemistry with Durrill at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Study Guide 3
Class:CHEM 1035 - General Chemistry
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2007
  • Top-Right Corner
  • Bond Energy
  • On the Right
  • Single Bond
  • Triple Bond
  • Endothermic
  • Lattice Energy
  • Electronegativity
  • Melting Point
  • Double Bond
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LATTICE ENERGY:Greatest in the top right corner. When comparing compounds, look at which pair is closest to the top right. MELTING POINT:Greatest in the top right corner. When comparing compounds look at the charge on each element in the compound. Whichever has the greatest charge will have the highest melting point. BOND ENERGY:When comparing compounds, the one with the smallest atoms will have the greatest bond energy because they are held more tightly together. ELECTRONEGATIVITY: Highest in the top right corner. IONIC CHARACTER: When the elements are located further apart from one another this will cause the compound to be more ionic. POLARITY: The further apart the elements, the more polar the compound will be. Exothermic: Heat of Reaction is negative and located on the right side Heat is released (l s) Endothermic: Heat of Reaction is positive and located on the left side Heat is absorbed (s l) HEAT OF REACTION= BE reactants – BE products Single Bond = 1 sigma Double Bond = 1 sigma 1 pi Triple Bond= ...

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