LM 10 VSEPR Electronic & Molecular Geometries-problems

LM 10 VSEPR Electronic & Molecular...

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This print-out should have 7 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page – fnd all choices beFore answering. 001 10.0 points When the central atom in a molecule is co- valently bonded to fve other atoms and has no valence shell nonbonding electrons, then the arrangement oF atoms around the central atom is 1. trigonal bipyramidal. 2. impossible to predict. 3. trigonal planar or plane triangular. 4. T-shaped. 5. linear. 002 10.0 points The smallest bond angles would be Found in the compound with the Following molecular geometry: 1. square planar 2. trigonal planar 3. trigonal bipyramidal 4. linear 5. angular 003 10.0 points A colleague reports to you that a newly syn- thesized three-atom molecule is bent. It is reasonable to believe that the electronic ge- ometry could be which oF the Following ge- ometries. I. linear
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