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|School / Organization||The Ohio State University, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry|
|Title||Molecular Geometry and Polarity|
|Simulations||Polaritas Molekul, Molecule Shapes|
|Keywords||Lewis Structure, VSEPR, Polarity|
|Description||This activity combines two simulations (molecular shapes and molecular polarity) to guide the students from drawing Lewis structures to VSEPR-predicted geometries to predicting a molecule's polarity.|
|Level||Undergraduate - Intro|
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