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1. Define the following: (a) ABn Molecules (b) Non-ABn Molecules
2. Given the following Lewis Structure of acetic acid (fig 1). Predict the molecular geometry of acetic acid from its Lewis structure and the bond angles associated with its geometry
3. Write the general representative strings for Non-ABn Molecules.
1(a) ABn molecules are molecules (or ions) that have a single central atom bonded to two or more atoms of the same type. For example, CH4 (methane) has a central atom, carbon, bonded to four hydrogen atoms.
1(b) Non-ABn molecules are usually molecules larger than ABn molecules. Unlike ABn molecules, they do not have a single central atom. Instead they have two or more central atoms that are also called interior atoms. An electron-domain is determined using each of the interior atoms as a central atom. These individual electron-domain geometries are then integrated to form the electron-domain geometry of the non-ABn molecule.
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