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Draw Lewis dot structures and resonance structures for following. Some hints are give. {matheq}{CO2}{endmatheq} plus two more dots for each of {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} {matheq}{O}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} notice that some of resonance structures may not satisfy the octet rule. {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} molecule has an odd number of electrons, and the octet rule cannot be satisfied for nitrogen atom. Draw resonance structures of {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} resonance structure are shown on the right here. Note that only locations of double and single bonds change here. What are formal charges for {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} atoms? What are formal charges for oxygen atoms that are single bond and double bond to {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} respectively? Please work these numbers out. Formal charges: {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} + 1; {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} 0; {matheq}\textrm{:O::C::O:}{endmatheq} most stable structure has least formal charge. In a stable structure, adjacent atoms should have formal charges of opposite signs. The more stable the structure, more it contributes to the resonance structure of molecule or ion. All three structures above are the same, only the double bond rotates.

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Lewis Dot Structures

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We can write Lewis dot structures that satisfy the octet rule for many molecules consisting of main - group elements, but the octet rule may not be satisfied for number of compounds. For example, dot structures for {matheq}{NO}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{BF3}{endmatheq} {matheq}{AlCl3}{endmatheq} and {matheq}{BeCl2}{endmatheq} do not satisfy the octet rule. Above are structures for gas molecules. Solids of {matheq}{AlCl3}{endmatheq} and {matheq}{BeCl2}{endmatheq} are polymeric with bridged chlorides. Alumunum chloride, {matheq}{AlCl3}{endmatheq} is white, crystalline solid, and ionic compound. However, it has a low melting point of 465 K, and liquid consists of dimers, {matheq}{Al2Cl6}{endmatheq} whose structure is shown above. It vaporizes as dimers, but further heating gives monomer that has the same structure as {matheq}{BF3}{endmatheq} in compounds {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} and {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} center atoms have more than 10 electrons instead of 8. In compounds {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{NO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}{BF3}{endmatheq} {matheq}{BF3}{endmatheq} etc, center atoms have 12 electrons. The formulas given above follow a systematic pattern according to the positions of elements on the periodic table. As the number of atoms bond to it decrease, number of unshared electrons increase.

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Formal charge rules

Draw Lewis dot structure for {matheq}{SO2}{endmatheq} {matheq}\mathrm{ :\overset{\Large{..}}O : :\overset{\Large{..}}S : :\overset{\Large{..}}O :}{endmatheq} put all atoms together to make a molecule and check to see if it satisfies the octet rule. {matheq}\begin{alignat}{1} :&\overset{\Large{..}}{ O} : :&&\overset{\Large{..}}{ S} : :&&\overset{\Large{..}}{ O} : &&\textrm{ <= octet rule not satisfied}\ &\,0 &&\,0 &&\,0 &&\textrm{ formal charge} \end{alignat}{endmatheq} adjusts bonding electrons so that octet rules apply to all atoms. {matheq}\begin{alignat}{1} &:\underset{\Large{..}}{\overset{\Large{..}}{ O}} &&:\overset{\Large{..}}{ S} : :&&\overset{\Large{..}}{ O} : &&\textrm{ <- octet rule satisfied}\ &\,{-1} &&\,{+1} &&\,0 &&\textrm{ formal charge} \end{alignat}{endmatheq} since leave {matheq}{O}{endmatheq} has 6 unshared plus 2 shared electrons, it effectively has 7 electrons for 6 - valence - electron {matheq}{O}{endmatheq} and thus its formal charge is - 1. The formal charge for {matheq}{O}{endmatheq} = 6 - 6 - = - 1. The formal charge for {matheq}{S}{endmatheq} = 6 - 2 - = + 1. There is yet another structure that does not satisfy the octet rule, but it's reasonable structure:


Lewis Structures

While Lewis structures are useful when you re learning about valence, oxidation states, and bondingthere, there are many exceptions to rules in the real world. Atoms seek to fill or half - fill their valence electron shell. However, atoms can and do form molecules that are not ideally stable. In some cases, central atom can form more than other atoms connect to it. The number of valence electrons can exceed eight, especially for higher atomic numbers. Lewis structures are helpful for light elements but less useful for transition metals such as lanthanides and actinides. Students are caution to remember Lewis structures are valuable tool for learning about and predicting behavior of atoms in molecules, but they are imperfect representations of real electron activity.


Resonance Structures

For example, nitrate ion, NO 3 -, has more than one valid Lewis structure. The structure contains two N - O single bonds and one N = O double bond. But questions then remain as to which oxygen should be involved in double bond. Therefore, three valid resonance structures can be draw. Double - end arrows are used to indicate that structures are chemically equivalent. Again, in reality, electronic configuration does not change between three structures; rather, it has one structure in which extra electrons are distributed evenly. These fractional bonds are sometimes depicted by dashed arrows, which show that electron density is spread out throughout the compound.

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Multiple Covalent Bonds

Some molecules are not able to satisfy the octet rule by making only single covalent bonds between atoms. Consider compound ethene, which has molecular formula of {matheq}{C_2H_4}{endmatheq} carbon atoms are bonded together, with each carbon also being bonded to two hydrogen atoms. Two {matheq}{C}{endmatheq} atoms {matheq}= 2 \times 4 = 8{endmatheq} valence electrons, four {matheq}{H}{endmatheq} atoms {matheq}= 4 \times 1 = 4{endmatheq} valence electrons if Lewis electron dot structure was drawn with a single bond between carbon atoms and with octet rule follow, it would look like this: this Lewis structure is incorrect because it contains a total of 14 electrons. However, Lewis ' structure can be changed by eliminating lone pairs on carbon atoms and having to share two pairs instead of only one pair. A Double covalent bond is a covalent bond formed by atoms that share two pairs of electrons. Double covalent bonds that occur between two carbon atoms in ethane can also be represented by structural formula and with molecular model as shown in the figure below. Figure: structural model for {matheq}{C_2H_4}{endmatheq} consists of double covalent bond between two carbon atoms and single bonds to hydrogen atoms. The molecular model of {matheq}{C_2H_4}{endmatheq} Triple covalent bond is a covalent bond formed by atoms that share three pairs of electrons. Element nitrogen is a gas that composes the majority of Earth's atmosphere. The nitrogen atom has five valence electrons, which can be shown as one pair and three single electrons. When combined with another nitrogen atom to form a diatomic molecule, three single electrons on each atom combine to form three share pairs of electrons. Figure: Triple bond in {matheq}{N_2}{endmatheq} each nitrogen atom follows the octet rule with one lone pair of electrons and six electrons that are shared between atoms.

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The Octet Rule

Other halogen molecules form bonds like those in chlorine molecule: one single bond between atoms and three lone pairs of electrons per atom. This allows each halogen atom to have a noble gas electron configuration. The tendency of main group atoms to form enough bonds to obtain eight Valence electrons is known as the Octet Rule. The number of bonds that atoms can form can often be predicted from the number of electrons needed to reach Octet; this is especially true of nonmetals OF second period OF periodic table. For example, each atom OF group 14 element has four electrons in its outermost shell and therefore requires four more electrons to reach Octet. These four electrons can be gained by forming four covalent bonds, as illustrated here for carbon in CCl 4 and silicon in SiH 4. Because hydrogen only needs two electrons to fill its Valence shell, it is an exception to the Octet Rule. Transition elements and inner transition elements also do not follow the Octet Rule: group 15 elements such as nitrogen have five Valence electrons in atomic Lewis symbol: one lone pair and three unpaired electrons. To obtain Octet, these atoms form three covalent bonds, as in NH 3. Oxygen and other atoms in group 16 obtain Octet by forming two covalent bonds:


Exception 2: Incomplete Octets

The Octet Rule states that atoms below atomic number 20 tend to combine so that they each have eight electrons in their valence shells, which gives them the same electronic configuration as noble gas. The rule is applicable to main - group elements, especially carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and halogens, but also to metals such as sodium and magnesium. Valence electrons can be counted using the Lewis electron dot diagram. In carbon dioxide, for example, each oxygen shares four electrons with central carbon. These four electrons are counted in both the carbon Octet and the oxygen Octet because they are share.

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Double and Triple Bonds

Some molecules are not able to satisfy the octet rule by making only single covalent bonds between atoms. Consider compound ethene, which has molecular formula of {matheq}{C_2H_4}{endmatheq} carbon atoms are bonded together, with each carbon also being bonded to two hydrogen atoms. Two {matheq}{C}{endmatheq} atoms {matheq}= 2 \times 4 = 8{endmatheq} valence electrons, four {matheq}{H}{endmatheq} atoms {matheq}= 4 \times 1 = 4{endmatheq} valence electrons if Lewis electron dot structure was drawn with a single bond between carbon atoms and with octet rule follow, it would look like this: this Lewis structure is incorrect because it contains a total of 14 electrons. However, Lewis ' structure can be changed by eliminating lone pairs on carbon atoms and having to share two pairs instead of only one pair. A double covalent bond is a covalent bond formed by atoms that share two pairs of electrons. Double covalent bonds that occur between two carbon atoms in ethane can also be represented by structural formula and with molecular model as shown in the figure below. A triple covalent bond is a covalent bond formed by atoms that share three pairs of electrons. Element nitrogen is a gas that composes the majority of Earth's atmosphere. The nitrogen atom has five valence electrons, which can be shown as one pair and three single electrons. When combined with another nitrogen atom to form a diatomic molecule, three single electrons on each atom combine to form three share pairs of electrons. Each nitrogen atom follows the octet rule with one lone pair of electrons and six electrons that are shared between atoms.

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Fullerene Chemistry

Structures of four different C 20 isomers are considered in this work, with bond lengths given in picometers optimized at GHF / 6 - 31G level. Panel displays fullerene cage; GHF predicts perfect dodecahedron with I H symmetry. On panel B, we show bowl isomer. Panel C depicts the recently proposed pentagon - like isomer, and panel D shows the C 20 ring isomer. The latter is slightly deviated from the D 20 H structure, as can be see from two different angles provide; all C - C distances are identical. For bowl and pentagon isomers, RHF / 6 - 31G bond lengths are also provided in brackets for comparison purposes. Figure 3. Atomic magnetic moments obtained from GHF / 6 - 31G calculations on C 20 bowl and pentagon isomers, at optimized geometries. The radius of the circle is proportional to M; fill black circle to bottom - right sets scale. In each center, orientation of xy - projection of M is depicted as arrow; if z - projection is positive, circle is displayed as dashed - red. A solid black circle was used to indicate that there is no z - projection: atomic moment is fully oriented in xy plane. Note that absolute orientation of atomic moments is unimportant; it is only relative orientation that determines physics. Figure 11. Atomic spin - spin correlations in RHF / 6 - 31G and GHF / 6 - 31G solutions of C 20 ring, at corresponding optimized geometries. Red circle indicate positive correlation; area of circle is proportional to the magnitude of correlation. Atom with the largest red circle is used as a probe. The black circle located at bottom right of each figure is used to set the scale. Figure 15. Spin - spin correlations are predicted by HF and symmetry - project HF in 24 - site spin - 1 / 2 periodic Heisenberg chain and in the C 20 ring. For C 20 ring, calculations use 6 - 31G basis set and were carried out at GHF / 6 - 31G optimized geometries. Pav and VAP denote projection - after - variation and variation - after - projection calculations. The latter implies reoptimization of orbitals in the presence of a projection operator. Exact results for spin - 1 / 2 periodic chain are from ref 102.


Lewis Structures

We also use Lewis symbols to indicate the formation of covalent bonds, which are shown in Lewis structures, drawings that describe bonding in molecules and polyatomic ions. For example, when two chlorine atoms form chlorine molecule, they share one pair of electrons: Lewis structure indicates that each Cl atom has three pairs OF electrons that are not used in bonding and one share pair of electrons. Dash is sometimes used to indicate shared pair of electrons: single shared pair of electrons is called single bond. Each Cl atom interacts with eight valence electrons: six in lone pairs and two in single bond.

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Exercises

False, because electrons do not move around, only atoms. 3. Below are all Lewis dot Structure with formal charges for Sulfate. There isn't most favorable resonance of Sulfate ions because they are all identical in charge and there is NO change in electronegativity between oxygen atoms. 4. Below is Resonance for CH 3 COO -, formal charges are displayed in red. Lewis Structure with most formal charges is not desirable, because we want Lewis Structure with least formal charge. 5. Resonance for HPO 3 2 -, and formal charges. 6. Resonance for CHO 2 1 -, and formal charges. 7. Resonance hybrid for PO 4 3 -, hybrid bonds are in red. 8. Resonance hybrid for NO 3 -, hybrid bonds are in red.

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