All Chapters Video 1.4 Orbital Hybridization (Solution) Chapter OutlineChapter Quiz Question? Ask Dr. Mike! Lesson Summary 1. In a C=C bond: A. Hybridization occurs between the s-orbital and one p-orbitalB. Hybridization occurs between the s-orbital and two p-orbitalsC. Hybridization occurs between the s-orbital and three p-orbitalsD. Hybridization occurs between the s– and one p-orbitals 2. Π bonds are formed by which of the following orbitals? A. Two p-orbitalsB. Two s-orbitalsC. One s– and one p-orbitalD. All of the above 3. How would one best describe the orbitals required to form a Π bond? A. Parallel overlap of two s-orbitalsB. Overlap of one s– and one p-orbitalC. Perpendicular overlap of two p-orbitalsD. Parallel overlap of two p-orbitals 4. How would one best describe the orbital required to form a σ bond? Select all that apply. A. Overlap of two s-orbitalsB. Overlap of one s– and one p-orbitalC. Overlap of two p-orbitalsD. Parallel overlap of two p-orbitals Lesson 1.4 Orbital Hybridization (Solution) 1.0 Meet Dr. Mike Christiansen! 1.1 Molecular Bonding Geometry and Hybridization 1.1 Quiz Video Solution 1.2 Condensed Formulas and Line-Bond Formulas 1.2 Quiz Video Solution 1.3 Sigma and Pi Bonds 1.3 Quiz Video Solution 1.4 Orbital Hybridization 1.4 Quiz Video Solution 1.5 Resonance Structures 1.5 Quiz Video Solution 1.6 Newman Projections 1.6 Quiz Video Solution 1.7 Cycloalkanes and Ring Strain 1.7 Quiz Video Solution Instructor Dr. Mike Christiansen Dr. Christiansen is a chemistry professor at Utah State University and has a PhD in organic chemistry. He's been teaching students chemistry for nearly 12 years.