Origin of bond rotation barrier in ethane.
by, 15th July 2012 at 07:12 PM (2027 Views)
The origin of the bond roatation barrier with ethane is a problem that many people have puzzeled over. Let me try to work it out!
If you were to observe the hydrogen atoms in ethane, then you will see that they either get along in a polarised fashion, or they elapse. If you were to add three of these together, you could have them elapsing and polarised at the same time, then they could be doing both 'jobs' at once.
The origins of the bond rotation barrier comes from the cells pushing until they cannot resist anymore. Think of magnets that push away from each other until you hover them so close they do not slip this way or that? That calls for balance in the administration of energy on each magnet, yes?
Are they magnetic? They both are gas based, like petrol, but maybe even these are magnetic? If you were to try to push one tip right next to the other, letting the other two repel each other, then maybe that will work? this will leave the pyramid shape of the hydrogen atoms as they equally push the other two , but allow for one to be 'touching'.
If they push like that, then they obviously bear a charge! The charge could be like fire and water, but, they are both the same! This means they need to be placed together with other hydrogen atoms to make them repel each other into new spaces. If they do repel each other, then grouping them together with other polarised atoms would allow for greater flexibility, yes?0 Thanks, 0 Likes, 0 Dislikes
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