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Lecture Notes for CHM 105 - Fundamentals of Chemistry at Missouri State (Mo State)

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Material Type:Class Note
Professor:Staff
Class:CHM 105 - Fundamentals of Chemistry
Subject:Chemistry (CHM)
University:Missouri State University
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  • Polyunsaturated
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Any Questions
  • Electronegativity
  • Methyl Group
  • Electrostatic Attraction
  • Arrangement
  • Unsaturated
  • Chemical Formula
  • Several Times
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CHM 105 & 106 MO1 UNIT THREE, LECTURE TEN 1 CHM 105/106 Program 27: Unit 3 Lecture 10 IN OUR PREVIOUS LECTURE WE WERE LOOKING AT HOW THINGS CHEMICALLY BOND NOW. WE'VE TALKED ABOUT THE ELECTRON STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM AND HOW THAT IS GOING TO BE USED AS A TOOL TO UNDERSTAND CHEMICAL BONDING AND WE NOTED THAT THE MOST NON-REACTIVE ELEMENTS ARE THOSE CALLED THE NOBLE GASSES WHICH ARE IN THE LAST COLUMN OF THE PERIODIC TABLE AND THEY HAVE THE UNIQUE STRUCTURE THAT THEY HAVE EIGHT ELECTRONS IN THEIR OUTERMOST ENERGY POSITION IN THE S AND P LEVEL. SO THE S AND P LEVEL OF THE HIGHEST QUANTUM NUMBER IS FILLED. REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE 1S ORBITAL AND 3P ORBITAL SO WE HAVE 4 ORBITALS IN THE S AND P AND EACH CAN HOLD TWO. THIS OCTET, THIS EIGHT ELECTRON SITUATION IS APPARENTLY A VERY ENERGY-STABLE CONDITION FOR THEN ELEMENTS FOR ATOMS TO ACHIEVE THEN IN CHEMICAL BONDING, AND SO WE SAID THAT THE DRIVING FORCE THEN IN CHEMICAL BONDING APPEARS TO BE THE TENDENCY TO ACHIEVE AN OCTET OF ELECTRONS....

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