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Unformatted text preview: Point 180 degrees apart (two plain p left over)-s + two p = sp 2 hybrids point 120 degrees apart (one plain p left over)-s + three p = sp 3 hybrids point 109 degrees apart (no ps leftover) C: sp S: sp 2 H20: sp 3 ) these go with shapes on page 1 SO 3 NH 3 CH 4 O S O H N H H O H H C H H 120 degrees 109 degrees 109 degrees Bent Bent Bent sp 2 sp 3 sp 3 Trigonal Trigonal Tetrahedral Planer Pyramidal Friday, September 22, 2006 LARGER MOLECULES 1. You can describe the shape and hybridization at any atom in a molecule 2. #e-groups bond angle hybridization 2 180 degrees sp 3 130 degrees sp 2 4 109 degrees sp 3 3. Love pairs are often not shown must add assume octets Fig 6.7 H O # e-groups: 4 3 4 Bond angle: 109 deg 120 deg 109 deg H C C O H shape: tetrahedral trig planer bent Hybrid: sp 3 sp 2 sp 3 H Figure 6.8 and 6.9 GOALS Determine the following at any atom in a molecule o Bond angle o Shape o Hybridization...
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