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Chemistry Essay info

sorry meg i didnt want to make an account so im using yours ;)

Carbon Tetrachloride molecular geometry Tetrahedral
Carbon Tetrachloride bond angle 109.5
Carbon Tetrachloride bond ratio 1C:4Cl
Carbon Tetrachloride melting point -22.92C
Carbon Tetrachloride boiling point 76.72C
Carbon Tetrachloride density 1.59g/cm³
Pure Substance definition a substance that has a definite composition that is consistent, and definite properties that can be observed and measured.
Mixture definition two or more pure substances that are mixed together that have varying physical and chemical properties
Copper density 8.96g/cm³
Copper volume .831cm³
Number of atoms of Copper per mol 63.546g
Avogadro's number 6.022*10^23
Number of Copper atoms in the sample 7.06*10^22 atoms Cu
What is the molecular geometry determined by? The number of electron bond pairs, lone pairs, and bond sites on the central atom
three domains around the central atom trigonal planar
two domains around the central atom linear
four domains around the central atom tetrahedral
four domains around the central atom and a lone pair trigonal pyramidal 107
four domains around the central atom and two lone pairs angular/bent 104.5
Aluminum family 3 A valence of three
Electron configuration for Copper (Ar)4s²3d^9
Created by: _meg.3_