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How many carbon atoms are represented by the model below?


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Pentanoic acid has 4 carbon atoms with 7 H's bonded to them and 1 carbon atom with a carboxyl ion bonded to it. In the drawings below, I have left off all the single bonded H's to simplify the drawing. . Go to this web site to see a carboxylic group or do a google search for carboxylic group. http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/vchemlib/mol/glossary/carboxyl.gif . A carboxyl ion is a carbon atom with one oxygen atom double bonded to it, and an O-H single bonded to it as shown below. It has a -1 charge as shown by the - mark to the left of the C. The - ark actually represents one unpaired electron desiring to find another atom with one unpaired electron. …..H …..! ….O ….! ...-C=O . Isotope #1 Draw a row of 4 carbon atoms. Attach a carboxyl ion to the #1 C atom of the 4 you drew. Now the structure has 5 C atoms in a row. . …...H …...! O=C-C-C-C-C . Attaching a carboxyl ion to #4 C is the same as attaching a carboxyl ion to the #1 C atom. (depending on what side of the table you are sitting on, right becomes left) . ………….H ……….…! C-C-C-C=O-H Isotope #2 Attaching a carboxyl ion to the #2 C atom is the same as attaching a carboxyl ion to the #3 C atom. . …....H ....….! ....…O ….....! C-C-C-C . …….H …….! ……O ……! C-C-C-C Isotope #3 Draw a row of 3 carbon atoms, with 1carbon atom bonded below #2 C atom. Attach the carboxyl ion above the #2 C atom. I see 3 carbon atoms in a horizontal line or 3 carbon atoms in a vertical line. There are 4 carbon atoms attached to a central carbon atom. No matter where I attach the double bond O, single bond H, it is attached to one of these 4 carbon atoms. . …H ….! ….C=O-H ….! C-C-C …! ...C . There only 3 isotopes Draw a line of 5 C's …..2..3..4 -C-C-C-C-C- . You might wonder why you can not attach a double bond O, single bond H to Carbon atoms #2, #3,or #4. Looking at the carboxyl ion below, how many bonds does the carbon have around it? I see 3 bonds. (double bond O (2), single bond H (1)) A carbon can only make 4 bonds. If you try to attach a carboxyl ion to Carbon atoms #2, #3, or #4, you still need 2 bonds to attach to the Carbon atoms on the left and right side of that carbon. …..H …..! ….O ….! ...-C=O If you can get a molecular model you can build these isotopes and, determine how many different isotopes you can make.

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The Lewis structure shows the four covalent bondsbetween the carbon atoms and the hydrogen atoms. The space-filling model provides themost accurate representation of the electron-charge clouds for the atoms in CH4. Theball-and-stick model emphasizes the molecule's correct molecular shape and shows thecovalent bonds more clearly. Each ball represents an atom, and each stick represents acovalent bond between two atoms. The geometric sketch shows the three-dimensionaltetrahedral structures with a two-dimensional drawing. Picture the hydrogen atomsconnected to the central carbon atom with solid lines as being in the same plane as thecarbon atom. The hydrogen atom connected to the central carbon with a solid wedgecomes out of the plane toward you. The hydrogen atom connected to the carbon atom bya dashed wedge is located back behind the plane of the page.There are several rules to remember when writing Lewis structures:H is always terminal, only one single bond per hydrogenOxygen almost always has two shared pairs and two unshared pairs of electrons. The two shared pairs may be in two separate single bonds or in one double bond.Carbon atoms will always have 4 bonds, either as 4 separate single bonds, or a combination of single, double and/or triple bonds so that there are 4 pairs of electrons around each carbon atom in the molecule. Carbon atoms may single, double, or triple bond to each other, single or double bond to oxygen atoms, or single, double, or triple bond to nitrogen atoms. Halogen atoms form single bonds only, and usually form just one bond. An example of an exception is the chlorate, ClO31-, ion.

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they are not identical. Dalton's model was wrong.

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