Organic Chemistry 2.2

Organic Chemistry 2.2
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  • Scene 7 - Carbon with electron shells
  • Scene 8 - Carbon atom shown sharing electrons to make methane
  • Scene 9 - Structural Formula Methane
  • VO - The way C is structured 2 electrons fill the inner shell or orbit. The outer shell needs 8 electrons to be filled. That means it is ready, willing and able to find 4 more electrons to bond happily and stably.
  • Scene 9 - Ethylene Lewis dot
  • VO - Carbon forms covalent bonds by sharing electrons in the outer shell. The electrons spend time in the outer shell of either C or H. This organic compound is methane.
  • Scene 10 - Ethene Structural
  • VO - Here is the structural formula for methane.
  • Scene 11 - Triple bonds Lewis dot
  • VO - Double bonds between C atoms are stronger than single bonds. In this model of ethylene two electrons of one atom of C are shared with two electrons of another atom of C.
  • VO - Here is the structural formula for ethene or ethylene.
  • VO - Triple bonds are even stronger! The two C atoms here share six electrons. Imagine.
  • Scene 12 - Acetylene
  • Scene 13 - Doodle with Organic Chemistry words and pics.
  • Doodle with Organic Chemistry words and pics
  • Scene 14 - Teacher and Board
  • Turn in next April 2016 for more Organic Chemistry videos.
  • VO - Here is the structural formula for acetylene which is the simplest triple bond.
  • The cool bonding qualities of C make it able to bond in many different ways. That is why there are over 10 million organic compounds.
  • VO - Tune in next Spring 2016 for more Organic Chemistry videos.
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