Problem: Part E. Compare the structural features of these two possible bonding arrangements for OSF4 and use this information to determine the most likely structure. Drag each item to the appropriate bin.Balance the reaction of sulfur tetrafluoride with oxygen to form sulfur tetrafluoride monoxide. Draw the Lewis structure of sulfur tetrafluoride monoxide. Use bond enthalpies to estimate the enthalpy change for the reaction. Determine the molecular geometry of sulfur tetrafluoride monoxide. This tutorial has been developed from Brown/LeMay/Bursten Integrative Exercise 9.97 and is a multiple-concept tutorial.

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Part E. Compare the structural features of these two possible bonding arrangements for OSF4 and use this information to determine the most likely structure. 

Drag each item to the appropriate bin.


Balance the reaction of sulfur tetrafluoride with oxygen to form sulfur tetrafluoride monoxide. Draw the Lewis structure of sulfur tetrafluoride monoxide. Use bond enthalpies to estimate the enthalpy change for the reaction. Determine the molecular geometry of sulfur tetrafluoride monoxide. This tutorial has been developed from Brown/LeMay/Bursten Integrative Exercise 9.97 and is a multiple-concept tutorial.

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