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Chapter_09-Additiona - The methane(CH4 molecule The molecule has what geometry has linear b trigonal bipyramidal c trigonal planar d tetrahedral a

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Unformatted text preview: The methane (CH4) molecule The molecule has what geometry? has linear b. trigonal bipyramidal c. trigonal planar d. tetrahedral a. The methane (CH4) molecule The molecule has what geometry? has linear b. trigonal bipyramidal c. trigonal planar d. tetrahedral a. The overall shape of a molecule is determined by its: is atoms. b. bond angles. c. symmetry. d. electron affinity. a. The overall shape of a molecule is determined by its: is atoms. b. bond angles. c. symmetry. d. electron affinity. a. The phosphorus trichloride (PCl3) molecule has what (PCl molecule geometry? geometry? tetrahedral b. trigonal planar c. pyramidal d. trigonal bipyramidal a. The phosphorus trichloride (PCl3) molecule has what (PCl molecule geometry? geometry? tetrahedral b. trigonal planar c. pyramidal d. trigonal bipyramidal a. The hybridization of the oxygen atom in a water molecule is: atom sp sp b. sp2 sp c. sp3 sp d. sp3d sp a. The hybridization of the oxygen atom in a water molecule is: atom sp sp b. sp2 sp c. sp3 sp d. sp3d sp a. The bromine trifluoride (BrF3) The molecule has what geometry? molecule see-saw shaped b. trigonal planar c. pyramidal d. T-shaped a. The bromine trifluoride (BrF3) The molecule has what geometry? molecule see-saw shaped b. trigonal planar c. pyramidal d. T-shaped a. The xenon tetrafluoride (XeF4) The molecule has what geometry? molecule square planar b. tetrahedral c. see-saw shaped d. trigonal bipyramidal a. The xenon tetrafluoride (XeF4) The molecule has what geometry? molecule square planar b. tetrahedral c. see-saw shaped d. trigonal bipyramidal a. The most stable geometry for six electron domains is: electron square planar. b. octahedral. c. square pyramidal. d. tetrahedral. a. The most stable geometry for six electron domains is: electron square planar. b. octahedral. c. square pyramidal. d. tetrahedral. a. In the formic acid (HCO2H) In H) molecule, the values of the bond angles, in degrees, are: angles, O–C–O = 180, C–O–H = 120 b. O–C–O = 120, C–O–H = 109 c. O–C–O = 180, C–O–H = 180 d. O–C–O = 109, C–O–H = 109 a. In the formic acid (HCO2H) In H) molecule, the values of the bond angles, in degrees, are: angles, O–C–O = 180, C–O–H = 120 b. O–C–O = 120, C–O–H = 109 c. O–C–O = 180, C–O–H = 180 d. O–C–O = 109, C–O–H = 109 a. In which molecule below is the central atom sp3d-hybridized? sp a. CH4 b. SO3 c. SeBr4 d. XeOF4 In which molecule below is the central atom sp3d-hybridized? sp a. CH4 b. SO3 c. SeBr4 d. XeOF4 How many pi bonds are there in the molecule below? the CH3–CH=CH–CH=O 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 a. How many pi bonds are there in the molecule below? the CH3–CH=CH–CH=O 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 a. ...
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