5 the hoh bond angle of water is close to this number

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Unformatted text preview: chlorine by the electrolysis of sodium chloride than the other way round. In any case, why make sodium chloride? Salt mines and the oceans are full of it. PROBLEM 2 The H–C–H bond angle in methane is 109.5°. The H–O–H bond angle of water is close to this number but the H–S–H bond angle of H2S is near 90°. What does this tell us about the bonding in...
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