Chapter 9 - Chapter 9 1. Which of the following are correct...

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Chapter 9 1. Which of the following are correct statements about the valence–shell electron–pair repulsion (VSEPR) model of bonding? 1. Electron pairs orient themselves to give the smallest angles possible. 2. Only bonding electron pairs are important in the VSEPR model. 3. Electron pair geometry in all cases describes the spatial geometry of the atoms in the molecule. A. 1 only B. 2 only C. 3 only D. 1, 2, and 3 E. None of the above 2. Which of the following is non–planar? A. SO 2 B. SO 3 C. SO 4 2 D. NO 3 E. BF 3 3. The number of bonding pairs of electrons, non–bonding pairs of electrons and molecular shape of the H 3 O + ion are Bonding Pairs Non bonding Pairs Molecular Shape A. 4 0 tetrahedral B. 3 1 tetrahedral C. 2 2 bent D. 3 1 trigonal pyramidal E. 3 0 trigonal planar
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4. Among the following gaseous molecules BeF 2 BF 3 CF 4 NF 3 OF 2 What is the correct trend in FMF bond angle? LARGEST SMALLEST A. BeF 2 > BF 3 > CF 4 > NF 3 > OF 2 B. BeF 2 = OF 2 > CF 4 > BF 3 = NF 3 C. BeF 2 = OF 2 > BF 3 = NF 3 > CF 4 D. BeF 2 > BF 3 > OF 2 > NF 3 > CF 4 E. CF 4 > BF
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Chapter 9 - Chapter 9 1. Which of the following are correct...

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