Kids are great. they grow strong and big if they drink milk. Ann Marie Wilbur December 17, 2001 Partners: Rachael Smith and Scott Wheeler nn Marie Wilbur December 17, 2001 Partners: Rachael Smith and Scott Wheeler Molecules and Their Shapes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to build models in order to predict how differences in bonding orbitals and sizes of atoms affect the shapes of molecules. This way we will be able to predict which molecules have dipole moments. Procedure: The first thing we did in this lab was made a chart of seven hydrogen compounds.

This chart was made up of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine. Molecules and Their Shapes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to build models in order to predict how differences in bonding orbitals and sizes of atoms affect the shapes of molecules. This way we will be able to predict which molecules have dipole moments. Procedure: The first thing we did in this lab was made a chart of seven hydrogen compounds. This chart was made up of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine. nn Marie Wilbur December 17, 2001 Partners: Rachael Smith and Scott Wheeler Molecules and Their Shapes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to build models in order to predict how differences in bonding orbitals and sizes of atoms affect the shapes of molecules.

This way we will be able to predict which molecules have dipole moments. Procedure: The first thing we did in this lab was made a chart of seven hydrogen compounds. This chart was made up of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine. nn Marie Wilbur December 17, 2001 Partners: Rachael Smith and Scott Wheeler Molecules and Their Shapes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to build models in order to predict how differences in bonding orbitals and sizes of atoms affect the shapes of molecules. This way we will be able to predict which molecules have dipole moments. Procedure: The first thing we did in this lab was made a chart of seven hydrogen compounds.

This chart was made up of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine. nn Marie Wilbur December 17, 2001 Partners: Rachael Smith and Scott Wheeler Molecules and Their Shapes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to build models in order to predict how differences in bonding orbitals and sizes of atoms affect the shapes of molecules. This way we will be able to predict which molecules have dipole moments. Procedure: The first thing we did in this lab was made a chart of seven hydrogen compounds. This chart was made up of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine. nn Marie Wilbur December 17, 2001 Partners: Rachael Smith and Scott Wheeler Molecules and Their Shapes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to build models in order to predict how differences in bonding orbitals and sizes of atoms affect the shapes of molecules.

This way we will be able to predict which molecules have dipole moments. Procedure: The first thing we did in this lab was made a chart of seven hydrogen compounds. This chart was made up of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine. nn Marie Wilbur December 17, 2001 Partners: Rachael Smith and Scott Wheeler Molecules and Their Shapes Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to build models in order to predict how differences in bonding orbitals and sizes of atoms affect the shapes of molecules. This way we will be able to predict which molecules have dipole moments. Procedure: The first thing we did in this lab was made a chart of seven hydrogen compounds.

This chart was made up of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Fluorine.