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5° Methanol (methyl alcohol) Phosphorus and sulfur are the third-row analogs of nitrogen and oxygen, and the bonding in both can be described using hybrid orbitals. Because of their positions in the third row, however, both phosphorus and sulfur can expand their outer-shell octets and form more than the typical number of covalent bonds. Phosphorus, for instance, often forms five covalent bonds, and sulfur often forms four. Phosphorus is most commonly encountered in biological molecules in organophosphates, compounds that contain a phosphorus atom bonded to four oxygens, with one of the oxygens also bonded to carbon.
Ethane, C2H6, is the simplest molecule containing a carbon–carbon bond. H H H C C H H H H H H C C H H H CH3CH3 Some representations of ethane We can picture the ethane molecule by imagining that the two carbon atoms bond to each other by s overlap of an sp3 hybrid orbital from each (Figure 1-12) . The remaining three sp 3 hybrid orbitals on each carbon overlap with the 1s orbitals of three hydrogens to form the six C ] H bonds. The C ] H bonds in ethane are similar to those in methane, although a bit weaker—421 kJ/mol (101 kcal/mol) for ethane versus 439 kJ/mol for methane.
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