Study the following sketch of a molecular orbital (MO) in a homonuclear diatomic molecule. This MO was formed by combining one 3s atomic orbital from eachatom.The dark dots in this sketch are the nuclei.Now use the sketch to complete the table below.Write the symbol for this MO.JTIs this a bonding or antibonding MO?bondingantibondinghigher?What is the energy of this MO, compared to theenergy of a 3s orbital on one of the separateatoms?lowerthe samenot enough informationto decideSubmTems2019 McGraw Hil Education Al Rights ReservedContinueMacBook ProDIIF8F9F7OOO

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Study the following sketch of a molecular orbital (MO) in a homonuclear diatomic molecule. This MO was formed by combining one 3s atomic orbital from each
atom.
The dark dots in this sketch are the nuclei.
Now use the sketch to complete the table below.
Write the symbol for this MO.
JT
Is this a bonding or antibonding MO?
bonding
antibonding
higher
?
What is the energy of this MO, compared to the
energy of a 3s orbital on one of the separate
atoms?
lower
the same
not enough information
to decide
Subm
Tems
2019 McGraw Hil Education Al Rights Reserved
Continue
MacBook Pro
DII
F8
F9
F7
O
OO
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Study the following sketch of a molecular orbital (MO) in a homonuclear diatomic molecule. This MO was formed by combining one 3s atomic orbital from each atom. The dark dots in this sketch are the nuclei. Now use the sketch to complete the table below. Write the symbol for this MO. JT Is this a bonding or antibonding MO? bonding antibonding higher ? What is the energy of this MO, compared to the energy of a 3s orbital on one of the separate atoms? lower the same not enough information to decide Subm Tems 2019 McGraw Hil Education Al Rights Reserved Continue MacBook Pro DII F8 F9 F7 O OO

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