Let's examine the differences and similarities of the final and Tito forms of acetyl acetone. So first off is the final form and the key to form residence. And what is that by that is really what's changed. First we start with something that kind of looks like this group, and we end with this you. So what happened? Well, what happened was this hydrogen got taken by this lone pair, or the electrons from the stubble bond took that hydrogen, and this hydrogen gave those electrons to make a double bond, as shown right here. Is that residence? As a matter of fact, it's not exactly residence. It works similar to residents, but it's not the movement of solely electrons. It's also the movement of Adams and and electrons, and this is something that is specifically called Tato Merisel to Taameri ism, and this works with een ALS and enemies. So, like instead of an oxygen, if it was a nitrogen and mold, it works in those situations where you have a double bond adjacent to an alcohol or anami. Really Electra Negative Adams, next to an al cane, is not a very stable form, and it would want nothing more than to get rid of that for so we never really see an eternal form in nature. We only see a key total for because of that. Now let's talk about hybridization. What would the hybridization of each Adam be? Well, this carbon forms four bonds, so that's SP three. This carbon forms three bonds. That's SP to this oxygen has two lone pairs and to bonds, that is S P three. This carbon makes three bonds SP to this carbon makes three bones SP to the oxygen makes one bond and two lone pairs. So SB two on this carbon is S p two and are key to form. Well, this Communist the exact same as the previous example. So it's as p three. This carbon still makes him those three bonds sp two. This carbon makes three or four bonds. So now it's sp three. The oxygen in the Carbonell is that speak to this carbon has Pete too. This oxygen would be sp two, and this carbon is S p 30 landholders. This carbon was also SP three. Okay, so that is going to be the hybridization of each Adam. And if you know this. What changes in the hybridization is well, this Adam becomes goes from SP two s p three and this oxygen goes from SP three toe sp two and those are the two differences of there. Which is also why it's out residents because residents is three adjacent SP two Adams and we're starting with two SP twos and then SP three going to to SP twos and NSP three. So it's not residents because those electrons are not in the p orbital entirely. If we had to draw residents structures for the ion, what we would have is well, if it reacts with an eye on or in an ion are an O. H group. It would react to form this compound which looks very similar to what we had before. Except now it looks like there's just some deep rogue nation somewhere, right? And the way we can know this is well, we have a ch three group bonded to a C bonded to an O, bonded to another, see, So either this is a double bond, which is probably the case, and we bonded to a C, which is fun toe H, which is bonded to and there's bone into another. See Oh, C H three. So really, we have a negative here, which is not really a good thing to have. And if we had a negative charge in a carbon eel group, what happened is well, residents, because now that is an SP to hybridize orbital. Because negative charges always exist in the P orbital. It's now we can't residence. So one possible structure would be donating those electrons to this l king. This carbon donates its electrons where I'm sorry this out this negative charge would donate its electrons to those carbon so it would make it Carbonell and this oxygen would go up. And we get one resident structure which looks something like I'm went to draw the online structures or I'll just draw was right amount. So we'd have one Rosen structure as this molecule and alternatively, well, it could have gone the opposite direction, which is the same way. So really, the only alternative resident structure is if it went the same or the opposite direction and made this resident structure. Then we had this molecule. So those are three different residents structures, and another question that could arise is icis trans acceleration possible between, you know and Tito well, in the key to group, we don't have an out keep so right off the bat, we can say no, says Trans, is not possible for that. For the final group, it's not that obvious. And the reason is there are two bulky groups. We have a CH three group and a C O H group on one side of an out key, and on the other side of the arcane we have a hydrogen and then a key tone group, so that's perfectly fine. But the side that has two groups, we don't know what citizen Trans is. In fact, when it comes to Al Keane's, when you have more than two groups on one side of an Al Kane, there's a whole different naming system. We can use this trans I summers afford it. There's an entirely different naming system for stereo centers and that's E and Z. But we don't need to worry about that. So therefore, says Trans I summaries. I I saw more ism is not possible. What about polarity? Would the final form bi polar? Because the key toe for Miss Symmetrical it is a symmetrical molecule. Well, not entirely, but its polar in the sense that it'll pull electrons that direction. But what about Dean Elgar? Is that polar? Well, yes, because you have oxygen's on one side. It's gonna pull those electrons right. It is a polar molecule. But where do the positive and negative charges lie? Which oxygen is more native? And for that, let's draw this molecule again. Take a look at this. You know, for what? Where is a lecture? Negativity going to pull those electrons? It's something obvious, but it's gonna pull to this oxygen more than it pulls to this oxygen there still in that negative there. But this net negative is much, much bigger, and that's because of the double bond. The double bomb is kind of like a extra little pull kind of thing. It's like if you're playing tug of war and the rest of the molecule is playing tug of war with one hand. But this oxygen is playing with two hands, so it's grabbing on with an extra like pull so it pulls those electrons even stronger. So this has the biggest neck negative, but this oxygen still has a negative charge and this hydrogen also gives electrons to it. But where's the positives? And the biggest positive is going to be right around here, right at the top of the molecule. It's going to pull or push, or it's not exactly going to push or pull. It's just going to have those electrons and drained from it, and it will lead to that kind of di poll moment.