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2 minutes ago, bucsfan333 said:

You're lack toast and tolerant?

Ironically enough, I am, but my black wife can guzzle all the damn milkshakes she wants without any problems.

White people are supposed to be able to consume dairy, dangit!

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3 hours ago, Daniel said:

I like honey in mine.  Sugar if I can't get honey though.

Lactose intolerant folks got fewer options for coffee additives.

I didn't know cinnamon had lactose in it

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So I need some PChem help.

2. For each of the following molecules/ions: a. Determine the atomic orbitals which must mix to form molecular orbitals. b. Write a labeled energy level diagram depicting each molecular orbital. c. Write an electron configuration in terms of molecular orbitals. d. Determine the bond order.
 
(i) H2– (ii) Be2 (iii) C2 (iv) C22– (carbide ion) (v) N2+  (vi) O22– (peroxide ion) (vii) CN– (cyanide ion) (viii) Ne2+

I'm confident I can do B,C,and D. A has me frustrated.

 

I think it has to do with the linear combinations of the psi function, but I'm unsure.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated. I'm going to the library to work on a paper for a lab experiment.

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1 hour ago, twslhs20 said:

So I need some PChem help.

2. For each of the following molecules/ions: a. Determine the atomic orbitals which must mix to form molecular orbitals. b. Write a labeled energy level diagram depicting each molecular orbital. c. Write an electron configuration in terms of molecular orbitals. d. Determine the bond order.
 
(i) H2– (ii) Be2 (iii) C2 (iv) C22– (carbide ion) (v) N2+  (vi) O22– (peroxide ion) (vii) CN– (cyanide ion) (viii) Ne2+

I'm confident I can do B,C,and D. A has me frustrated.

 

I think it has to do with the linear combinations of the psi function, but I'm unsure.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated. I'm going to the library to work on a paper for a lab experiment.

wtf

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Yeah, I remember when I thought I was gonna be a chem major.  I wonder why that didn't pan out.

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I really wish there was like a layman’s chemistry and biology book I could read.  Stuff has always been interesting to me, but I just don’t really have the patience to learn about it enough to know WTF I’m talking about.

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4 hours ago, twslhs20 said:

So I need some PChem help.

2. For each of the following molecules/ions: a. Determine the atomic orbitals which must mix to form molecular orbitals. b. Write a labeled energy level diagram depicting each molecular orbital. c. Write an electron configuration in terms of molecular orbitals. d. Determine the bond order.
 
(i) H2– (ii) Be2 (iii) C2 (iv) C22– (carbide ion) (v) N2+  (vi) O22– (peroxide ion) (vii) CN– (cyanide ion) (viii) Ne2+

I'm confident I can do B,C,and D. A has me frustrated.

 

I think it has to do with the linear combinations of the psi function, but I'm unsure.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated. I'm going to the library to work on a paper for a lab experiment.

Footballs future


 

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Man I avoided Pchem like the plague. Can't remember what I took instead, but there were two options and I went the other way. 

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5 hours ago, twslhs20 said:

So I need some PChem help.

2. For each of the following molecules/ions: a. Determine the atomic orbitals which must mix to form molecular orbitals. b. Write a labeled energy level diagram depicting each molecular orbital. c. Write an electron configuration in terms of molecular orbitals. d. Determine the bond order.
 
(i) H2– (ii) Be2 (iii) C2 (iv) C22– (carbide ion) (v) N2+  (vi) O22– (peroxide ion) (vii) CN– (cyanide ion) (viii) Ne2+

I'm confident I can do B,C,and D. A has me frustrated.

 

I think it has to do with the linear combinations of the psi function, but I'm unsure.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated. I'm going to the library to work on a paper for a lab experiment.

What'd you call me?

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41 minutes ago, bucsfan333 said:

What'd you call me?

psi

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4 hours ago, Outpost31 said:

I really wish there was like a layman’s chemistry and biology book I could read.  Stuff has always been interesting to me, but I just don’t really have the patience to learn about it enough to know WTF I’m talking about.

These are great. They've really helped me.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0cd_-e49hZpWLH3UIwoWRA

 

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On 2/15/2020 at 5:33 PM, N4L said:

Rookies put sugar in their coffee. The pros put cinnamon

 

For starters, it's an anti inflammatory

But the true CS take it black tbh

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1 minute ago, TLO said:

But the true CS take it black tbh

It's still black with dash of cinny 

Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory that helps the fuse on the caffeine be more even. Less jitters, more sustained energy and no/less crash 

I add it to my espressos 

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