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Does anyone have a copy of the June 2014 F332 paper ? Would be much appreciated
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Does anyone have a copy of the June 2014 F332 paper ? Would be much appreciated
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Do you know why the answer is pdpd? I thought it was Hydrogen bonding :/
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Do you know why the answer is pdpd? I thought it was Hydrogen bonding :/
It cant be hydrogen bonding because the hydrogen atom on the chloromethane isn't bonded to a highly electronegative atom ( eg. Nitrogen, Oxygen or fluorine)
So the answer is pdpd as there is a permanent dipole in both molecules
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it cant be hydrogen bonding because the hydrogen atom on the chloromethane isn't bonded to a highly electronegative atom ( eg. Nitrogen, oxygen or fluorine)
so the answer is pdpd as there is a permanent dipole in both molecules
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& btw just wondering. All molecules have id-id right?

But only polar molecules have pdpd?

So how would you know that they're polar.
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It cant be hydrogen bonding because the hydrogen atom on the chloromethane isn't bonded to a highly electronegative atom ( eg. Nitrogen, Oxygen or fluorine)
So the answer is pdpd as there is a permanent dipole in both molecules
Hope that helps
& btw just wondering. All molecules have id-id right?

But only polar molecules have pdpd?

So how would you know that they're polar.
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& btw just wondering. All molecules have id-id right?

But only polar molecules have pdpd?

So how would you know that they're polar.
yeh all molecules have id-id, only polar molecules have pd-pd

You can tell if a molecule is polar if there is an unequal share of electrons due to a more electronegative element present, which causes one end to be slightly positive and one end to be slightly negative. However the molecule is only polar if the centre of positivity and centre of negativity are not in the same place.


Are you doing f332 next week?
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yeh all molecules have id-id, only polar molecules have pd-pd

You can tell if a molecule is polar if there is an unequal share of electrons due to a more electronegative element present, which causes one end to be slightly positive and one end to be slightly negative. However the molecule is only polar if the centre of positivity and centre of negativity are not in the same place.


Are you doing f332 next week?
Yeah just working on Elements from the sea cos I hate it lol, you?
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Yeah just working on Elements from the sea cos I hate it lol, you?
ahh fair enough and yeh I'm retaking f332 :L
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Just checked, thanks a lot for attaching the documents
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