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Solution: Place the following in order of  increasing X-Se-X bond angle, where X represents the outer atoms in each molecule.   SeO2       SeCl 6       SeF2   A) SeCl6 < SeF2 < SeO2 B) SeF2 < SeO2

Problem

Place the following in order of  increasing X-Se-X bond angle, where X represents the outer atoms in each molecule.

 

SeO2       SeCl 6       SeF2

 

A) SeCl6 < SeF2 < SeO2

B) SeF2 < SeO2 < SeCl6

C) SeF2 < SeCl6 < SeO2

D) SeO2 < SeF2 < SeCl6

E) SeCl6 < SeO2 < SeF2