Ch. 10: Molecular Geometry

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Ch. 10: Molecular Geometry

 maximumYou always want _______ separation.
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maximum You always want _______ separation.
same e⁻ clouds, e⁻ groups, and e⁻ domains are all the ____
electron group A single/double/triple bond and lone pairs (only those attached to the center atom) are all equal to one ________ _____.
groups E⁻ geometry is based off of the number of electron ______.
linear One e⁻ group = what type of e⁻ geometry?
linear Two e⁻ groups = what type of e⁻ geometry?
trigonal planar Three e⁻ groups = what type of e⁻ geometry?
tetrahedral Four e⁻ groups = what type of e⁻ geometry?
F Electron groups and bonding groups are the same. T or F?
non-polar If the Lewis Structure is completely symmetrical, then the polarity of the molecule is...
2; 2; 0; linear; 180°; linear; non-polar
e⁻ groups:
bonding groups:
lone pairs:
e⁻ geometry:
angle:
molecular geometry:
polarity:
3; 3; 0; trigonal planar; 120°; trigonal planar; non-polar
e⁻ groups:
bonding groups:
lone pairs:
e⁻ geometry:
angle:
molecular geometry:
polarity:
3; 2; 1; trigonal planar; 120°; bent; polar
e⁻ groups:
bonding groups:
lone pairs:
e⁻ geometry:
angle:
molecular geometry:
polarity:
4; 4; 0; tetrahedral; 109.5°; tetrahedral; non-polar
e⁻ groups:
bonding groups:
lone pairs:
e⁻ geometry:
angle:
molecular geometry:
polarity:
4; 3; 1; tetrahedral; 107° (109.5°); trigonal pyramidal; polar
e⁻ groups:
bonding groups:
lone pairs:
e⁻ geometry:
angle:
molecular geometry:
polarity:
4; 2; 2; tetrahedral; 104.5° (109.5°); bent; polar
e⁻ groups:
bonding groups:
lone pairs:
e⁻ geometry:
angle:
molecular geometry:
polarity:

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