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Solution: Determine the electron geometry, molecular geometry, and idealized bond angles for each of the following molecules. In which cases do you expect deviations from the idealized bond angle? CHCl3 CS2 SBr

Solution: Determine the electron geometry, molecular geometry, and idealized bond angles for each of the following molecules. In which cases do you expect deviations from the idealized bond angle? CHCl3 CS2 SBr

Problem

Determine the electron geometry, molecular geometry, and idealized bond angles for each of the following molecules. In which cases do you expect deviations from the idealized bond angle? CHCl3 CS2 SBr2 PF3. Determine the molecular geometry for each molecule. Drag the items into the appropriate bins.

Solution

CHCl3: 

C is the central atom, it has 4 val. e-

Cl has 7 val. e- each and has 1 val. e-

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