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Molecular vs Electron Geometry

Q. The Lewis structures of methane, the carbonate ion, carbon dioxide, and the sulfite ion are given. Predict the molecular shape of methane. a) trigonal pyramidal b) tetrahedral c) trigonal planar (120°) d) linear e) bent Predict the molecular shape of the carbonate ion. a) trigonal pyramidal b) trigonal planar c) linear d) bent e) tetrahedral Predict the molecular shape of carbon dioxide. a) trigonal planar (120°) b) bent c) tetrahedral d) trigonal pyramidal e) linear Predict the molecular shape of the sulfite ion. a) bent b) linear c) trigonal planar (120°) d) trigonal pyramidal e) tetrahedral

Solved • Apr 13, 2020

Molecular vs Electron Geometry

Q. The ion CH5^+, can form under very special high-energy conditions in the vapor phase in a mass spectrometer. Predict the geometry for CH5^+. a) trigonal bipyramid b) pentagonal planar c) octahedral d) tetrahedral

Solved • Apr 23, 2020

Molecular vs Electron Geometry

Q. Use VSEPR theory to give the molecular shape of the following: ammonium ion, NH4+ _____________________________________ NH3 _________________________________________________________ CH4 ________________________________________________________ N2 ___________________________________________________________ H2O _________________________________________________________

Solved • Apr 20, 2020

Molecular vs Electron Geometry

Q. The Lewis structure for XeF4 is shown. What is the electron-pair geometry and the molecular geometry around the central atom?

Solved • Apr 7, 2020

Molecular vs Electron Geometry

Q. What is the shape of the ion H3O^+? a) linear b) bent or angular c) trigonal planar d) trigonal pyramidal e) tetrahedral

Solved • Apr 7, 2020

Molecular vs Electron Geometry

Q. The Lewis structure for CS2 is shown. What is the electron-pair geometry around the central atom?

Solved • Apr 7, 2020

Molecular vs Electron Geometry

Q. In which group of the periodic table does the representative element “X” belong if the distribution of electrondomains around the central atom in XCl4– is octahedral?

Solved • Apr 4, 2020