Problem: In which of the following molecules can you confidently predict the bond angles about the central atom, and for which would you be a bit uncertain?(a) H2S          (b) BCl3          (c) CH3I         (d) CBr4         (e) TeBr4

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For H2S: Sulfur is the central atom and it's surrounded by 2 hydrogens. The Lewis structure of H2S would look like this:

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In which of the following molecules can you confidently predict the bond angles about the central atom, and for which would you be a bit uncertain?

(a) H2S          (b) BCl3          (c) CH3I         (d) CBr4         (e) TeBr4

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