CHAPTER 1 - Introduction and Review
All Are Interconnected
 
Carbon can bond to itself and other elements to form long chains or rings
Carbon can form different types of bonds – single, double, triple
Shape is Everything!
The Essence of an Atom A Planetary Model
 
Periodic Trends 1. Electronegativity General Trends
Periodic Trends 1. Electronegativity
Foundation of Classical Model And Valence Bond Theory
Periodic Trends 2. Atomic Radii
Periodic Trends 3. Ionization Energy
Periodic Trends 3. Ionization Energy
Blocks correspond to orbital types in which outermost Valence electrons are being filled
Shapes of Different Types of Orbitals
Spherical Boundary Surface Of S-Orbitals
Cross section of 1s-orbital
Cross section of 2s-orbital
Cross Section of s-Orbitals
Spherical Boundary Surface Of p-Orbitals
Spherical Boundary Surface Of p-Orbitals
Blocks correspond to orbital types in which outermost Valence electrons are being filled
Summary of Formal Charges
Electrostatic Potential Map of the Carbonate Anion
 
Acids & Bases -  An Introduction To  Chemical Reactions
A Lewis Acid-Base Reaction
 
Acidity Increases Down Groups  Of The Periodic Table
 
Acidity Increases Across Periods
Acidity Increases Across Periods  Increases With Electronegativity of  Element Bearing Negative Charge
Summary Of Periodic Trends  In Relative Acidity
Potential Maps of Ethanol And Trifluoroethanol
A Typical Acid Base Reaction
A Typical Acid Base Reaction
A Typical Acid Base Reaction
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Wade Chapter 1 Fall 2007

  1. 2. CHAPTER 1 - Introduction and Review
  2. 3. All Are Interconnected
  3. 5. Carbon can bond to itself and other elements to form long chains or rings
  4. 6. Carbon can form different types of bonds – single, double, triple
  5. 7. Shape is Everything!
  6. 8. The Essence of an Atom A Planetary Model
  7. 10. Periodic Trends 1. Electronegativity General Trends
  8. 11. Periodic Trends 1. Electronegativity
  9. 12. Foundation of Classical Model And Valence Bond Theory
  10. 13. Periodic Trends 2. Atomic Radii
  11. 14. Periodic Trends 3. Ionization Energy
  12. 15. Periodic Trends 3. Ionization Energy
  13. 16. Blocks correspond to orbital types in which outermost Valence electrons are being filled
  14. 17. Shapes of Different Types of Orbitals
  15. 18. Spherical Boundary Surface Of S-Orbitals
  16. 19. Cross section of 1s-orbital
  17. 20. Cross section of 2s-orbital
  18. 21. Cross Section of s-Orbitals
  19. 22. Spherical Boundary Surface Of p-Orbitals
  20. 23. Spherical Boundary Surface Of p-Orbitals
  21. 24. Blocks correspond to orbital types in which outermost Valence electrons are being filled
  22. 25. Summary of Formal Charges
  23. 26. Electrostatic Potential Map of the Carbonate Anion
  24. 28. Acids & Bases - An Introduction To Chemical Reactions
  25. 29. A Lewis Acid-Base Reaction
  26. 31. Acidity Increases Down Groups Of The Periodic Table
  27. 33. Acidity Increases Across Periods
  28. 34. Acidity Increases Across Periods Increases With Electronegativity of Element Bearing Negative Charge
  29. 35. Summary Of Periodic Trends In Relative Acidity
  30. 36. Potential Maps of Ethanol And Trifluoroethanol
  31. 37. A Typical Acid Base Reaction
  32. 38. A Typical Acid Base Reaction
  33. 39. A Typical Acid Base Reaction

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