Detailed description of a pi bond.  Pi bonds are part of a double or triple bond system.

Detailed description of a pi bond. Pi bonds are part of a double or triple bond system.

Atomic orbitals (except for s orbitals) have specific directional properties leading to different types of covalent bonds. Sigma bonds (σ bonds) are the strongest covalent bonds and are due to head-on overlapping of orbitals on two different atoms. A single bond is usually a sigma bond. Pi bonds are weaker and are due to lateral overlap between p (or d) orbitals. A double bond between two given atoms consists of one sigma and one pi bond, and a triple bond is one sigma and two pi bonds.

Atomic orbitals (except for s orbitals) have specific directional properties leading to different types of covalent bonds. Sigma bonds (σ bonds) are the strongest covalent bonds and are due to head-on overlapping of orbitals on two different atoms. A single bond is usually a sigma bond. Pi bonds are weaker and are due to lateral overlap between p (or d) orbitals. A double bond between two given atoms consists of one sigma and one pi bond, and a triple bond is one sigma and two pi bonds.

The way technology has made it possible to depict bonding is seriously so beautiful <3

The way technology has made it possible to depict bonding is seriously so beautiful <3

Pi bonds and sp2 Hybridized Orbitals - pi bonds come into play once you start forming double or triple bonds on top of the sigma bond. BECAUSE SIGMA BONDS ARE STRONGEST THEY TAKE THE MOST ENERGY TO BREAK. COMPOUNDS WITH LOTS (HEXANE, PROPANE) RELEASE LOTS OF ENERGY AS FUEL, FIRE WHEN THE BONDS ARE BROKEN!

Pi bonds and sp2 Hybridized Orbitals - pi bonds come into play once you start forming double or triple bonds on top of the sigma bond. BECAUSE SIGMA BONDS ARE STRONGEST THEY TAKE THE MOST ENERGY TO BREAK. COMPOUNDS WITH LOTS (HEXANE, PROPANE) RELEASE LOTS OF ENERGY AS FUEL, FIRE WHEN THE BONDS ARE BROKEN!

When doing molecular orbitals the pi-bonds come before sigma for B2,C2, N2 and for O2,F2 and N2 the sigma bond comes first then the pi-bonds. Why does it happen?

When doing molecular orbitals the pi-bonds come before sigma for B2,C2, N2 and for O2,F2 and N2 the sigma bond comes first then the pi-bonds. Why does it happen?

Vimeo chemistry videos More to search too-AP Chem: Molecular Orbitals. Discussed sigma and pi bonds along with molecular orbital theory

Vimeo chemistry videos More to search too-AP Chem: Molecular Orbitals. Discussed sigma and pi bonds along with molecular orbital theory

A CHEMISTRY CAKE which turned out to be an irresistible edible experiment with a bubbling concoction of chocolate and more chocolate inside a fondant laboratory Erlenmeyer flask. Sept 2014

A CHEMISTRY CAKE which turned out to be an irresistible edible experiment with a bubbling concoction of chocolate and more chocolate inside a fondant laboratory Erlenmeyer flask. Sept 2014

sp2 bond and remaining p orbital avl. for pi bond formation for bigger molecules. thanks, carbon!

sp2 bond and remaining p orbital avl. for pi bond formation for bigger molecules. thanks, carbon!

Introduction to nucleophile electrophile and pi bond reactivity in alkene reaction mechanisms

Introduction to nucleophile electrophile and pi bond reactivity in alkene reaction mechanisms

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