Part B. What is the molecular geometry of BeF2?
Enter the molecular geometry of the molecule.
The molecular geometry of a molecule describes the three-dimensional shape of just the atoms. This is in contrast to the electron geometry, which describes the shape of all electron groups. To determine the molecular geometry of a molecule, one must first determine the electron geometry by drawing the Lewis structure.
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