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Answer the follow questions by looking at how the HOMO and LUMO change on the Energy Profile plot. More than one answer is possible for some questions.

A. The HOMO image seen at the longest constraint distance most closely resembles . (Use i, ii, iv, etc. for your answer)

B. The LUMO image seen at the longest constraint distance most closely resembles . (Use i, ii, iv, etc. for your answer)

C. The HOMO image seen at the shortest constraint distance most closely resembles . (Use i, ii, iv, etc. for your answer)

D. The LUMO image seen at the shortest constraint distance most closely resembles . (Use i, ii, iv, etc. for your answer)

E. The HOMO image seen at the highest energy most closely resembles . (Use i, ii, iv, etc. for your answer)

F. The LUMO image seen at the highest energy most closely resembles . (Use i, ii, iv, etc. for your answer)

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    i. HOMO of CV+ from Table 1
    ii. LUMO of CV+ from Table 1
    iii. HOMO of -OH from Table 1
    iv. LUMO of -OH from Table 1
    v. HOMO of CVOH from Table 1
    vi. LUMO of CVOH from Table 1
    vii. in phase overlap of orbitals from -OH and the center carbon of CV+
    viii. out of phase overlap of orbitals from -OH and the center carbon of CV+

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    i, ii, iii,vi,viii,

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    now, that is incorrect..

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    what is it?

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    has anybody done this? please share!

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    A ?
    B ?
    C V
    D V
    E vii
    F viii

    sorry but idk what a and b is...

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    a & b are not i

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    a is iii but dunno what b is

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    b is ii

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    iii
    ii
    v
    v
    vii
    viii

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    Yes, I put in the answer above me and it was correct.
    iii
    ii
    v
    v
    vii
    viii

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    ^^^ thanx!

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    iii
    ii
    v
    vi
    vii
    viii
    also worked...for me at least

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    A. iii
    B. ii
    C. v
    D. v or vi (either one works)
    E. vii
    F. viii

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    Def correct:
    iii
    ii
    v
    v
    vii
    viii

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    CORRECT

    iii
    ii
    v
    v
    vii
    viii

    CORRECT

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