Organic chemistry, 2nd Edition by Janice G. Smith

By Janice G. Smith

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The first shell has only one orbital, called an s orbital. The second shell has two kinds of orbitals, s and p, and so on. Each type of orbital occupies a certain space and has a particular shape. For the first- and second-row elements, we must deal with only s orbitals and p orbitals. • An s orbital has a sphere of electron density. It is lower in energy than other orbitals of the same shell, because electrons are kept close to the positively charged nucleus. An s orbital is filled with electrons before a p orbital in the same shell.

H H H C O H H C O H H H no octet valid structure only 10 electrons used Apago PDF Enhancer In Step [3], placing bonds between all atoms uses only 10 electrons, and the O atom does not yet have a complete octet. To complete the structure, give the O atom two nonbonded electron pairs. This uses all 14 electrons, giving every H two electrons and every second-row element eight. We have now drawn a valid Lewis structure. 5 Draw a valid Lewis structure for each species: a. CH3CH3 b. CH5N c. 3 illustrates two examples when multiple bonds are needed in Lewis structures.

Trichlorofluoromethane is an unusual organic molecule in that it contains no hydrogen atoms. Because it has a low molecular weight and is easily vaporized, trichlorofluoromethane has been used as an aerosol propellant and refrigerant. It and other CFCs have been implicated in the destruction of the stratospheric ozone layer, as is discussed in Chapter 15. Because more complicated organic compounds contain many carbon atoms, organic chemists have devised a shorthand to draw them. Keep in mind the following when examining these structures: • Each solid line represents a two-electron covalent bond.

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