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CH3OH Molecular bonding
Updated: 3/8/2020
CH3OH Molecular bonding
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  • Hello Carbon, why did you choose to come into the chemical bonding laboratory today?
  • C
  • C
  • I have a science project that will require me to bond with other atoms and molecules.
  • O
  • O
  • Nice! Maybe I can help you with your project. Please come right into the laboratory. Do you know what molecule you want to form?
  • C
  • Thank You. I need to form a CH3OH molecule.
  • O
  • C
  • To create a CH3OH molecule, we'll need to get 4 Hydrogen atoms who will combine with me and you intramolecularly
  • O
  • C
  • Now, to combine intramolecularly the valence electrons of your atom will join with the valence electron of the hydrogen atom, same with mine.
  • O
  • We have successfully made methanol!
  • The next step is to combine with another different molecule. How can we do that?
  • To combine with another molecule, we'll have to use intermolecular forces. So, we'll combine with NH3 using dipole-dipole, hydrogen bonding, and london dispersion forces.
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