A guidebook to mechanism in organic chemistry by Peter Sykes

By Peter Sykes

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Bruice. Published by Prentice Hall. Copyright © 2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. Ionic and Covalent Bonds 9 A bond is an attractive force between two ions or between two atoms. Attractive forces between opposite charges are called electrostatic attractions. A bond that results from the electrostatic attraction between ions of opposite charge is called an ionic bond. an ionic bond is the attraction between ions of opposite charges Cl Na+ Cl Na+ Cl Cl Na+ Na+ Cl sodium chloride a. 1 b. (a) Crystalline sodium chloride.

Polar covalent bonds fall somewhere in between. The greater the difference in electronegativity between the atoms forming the bond, the closer the bond is to the ionic end of the continuum. 4). 2). PROBLEM 6 Which bond is more polar? a. H CH3 or Cl b. H OH or H CH3 H c. H Cl or H d. Cl Cl or Cl F CH3 PROBLEM 7 Which of the following has a. the most polar bond? NaI LiBr Cl 2 b. the least polar bond? KCl A polar bond has a dipole it has a negative end and a positive end. The size of the dipole is indicated by the dipole moment, symbolized by the Greek letter m.

Organic Chemistry, Sixth Edition, by Paula Y. Bruice. Published by Prentice Hall. Copyright © 2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. Preface Sixth Edition Reviewers Igor Alabugin, Florida State University Angela Allen, University of Michigan Dearborn Taghg Begley, Cornell University Maggie Bobbit Bump, Virginia Tech Barbara Colonna, University of Miami Lee Friedman, University of Maryland College Park Nathaniel Grove, Clemson University Doug Heller, University of Miami Jason Locklin, University of Georgia Jeffrey Moore, University of Illinois Urbana Venugopal Mukku, University of Minnesota Crookston Edward Skibo, Arizona State University Stacey Stoffregen, University of Wisconsin River Falls Timothy Trygstad, The College of St.

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