3. Polar Representation Using the complex exponential, the polar representation (1) is written: x + iy = reiθ. (3) The most important reason for polar representation is that multiplica tion of complex numbers is particularly simple when they are written in polar form. Indeed, by using Euler’s formula (2) and the trigonometric November 2014. • Complete the table concerning two of the isomers of C3H6O2. Identify the geometry around each atom marked with an asterisk and the list the The interactions between the molecules of H2 and between the molecules of CH4 are dispersion forces, involving induced dipole-induced dipole...