Orbital Geometry

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Shows the geometry of hybrid orbital bonding in various compounds.
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Orbital Geometry

  1. 1. Copyright Sautter 2015
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  3. 3. SPACITAL ORIENTATION OF ORBITALS IS DESIGNATED BY SUBSCRIPTS FOR THE p, d ORBITALS AND f ORBITALS. S ORBITALS REQUIRE NO DESIGNATION SINCE THERE IS ONLY ONE POSSIBLE S ORBITAL. p ORBITALS OCCUR IN THREES, d ORBITALS IN FIVES AND f ORBITALS IN SEVENS. THEREFORE IN THE CASES OF p, d AND f ORBITALS EACH ONE REQUIRES SPECIFIC IDENTIFICATION IN ORDER TO DIFFERENTIATE ONE ORBITAL OF THE SAME TYPE FROM ANOTHER. 3
  4. 4. S ORBITAL SHAPE 1S 4
  5. 5. P ORBITAL SHAPES PX PY PZ 5
  6. 6. D ORBITAL SHAPES dz2 dyz dxz dxz dx2-y2 6
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  8. 8. TYPES OF HYBRID ORBITALS & BONDS S ORBITAL OVERLAP SP BONDING SP2 BONDING SP3 BONDING LONE PAIR ELECTRONS MULTIPLE BONDS (DOUBLE & TRIPLE) SIGMA BONDS PI BONDS 8
  9. 9. WHEN TWO HYDROGEN ATOM COMBINE TO FORM H2 THE 1S ATOMIC ORBITALS OVERLAP EACHOTHER. THIS OVERLAP OF ATOMIC ORBITALS GIVES A NEW COMMON ORBITAL SPACE WHERE A PAIR OF BONDING ELECTRONS CAN RESIDE. THE GREATER THE OVERLAP THE STRONGER THE BOND BETWEEN THE ATOMS AND THE ATOMS MOVE CLOSER TOGETHER. A SHORTER BOND LENGTH AND GREATER BOND ENERGY RESULTS. 9
  10. 10. 1S ORBITAL OVERLAP IN H2 1S 1S H H 10
  11. 11. SP3 HYBRID ORBITALS IN CH4 11
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