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Molecular Shape

CAVA chem 303 4.14 Molecular shape

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Polar molecules do not share valence electrons [...-ly]. Polar molecules do not share valence electrons equally.
In a [...] covalent bond, electrons are shared equally. In a pure covalent bond, electrons are shared equally.
Polarity is the difference in charge from one end of the molecule to the other due to the distribution of [...] Polarity is the difference in charge from one end of the molecule to the other due to the distribution of electrons
A bond with unequally shared electrons is called a [...] covalent bond. A bond with unequally shared electrons is called a polar covalent bond.
Attractions between the hydrogen of one water molecule and the oxygen of another are called [...] bonds. Attractions between the hydrogen of one water molecule and the oxygen of another are called hydrogen bonds.
Hydrogen [...] are not actually covalent bonds (despite the name). Hydrogen bonds are not actually covalent bonds (despite the name).
[...] pairs tend to repel each other and determine a molecule's shape. Electron pairs tend to repel each other and determine a molecule's shape.
VSEPR (valence shell electron pair [...]) theory predicts molecular shapes. VSEPR (valence shell electron pair repulsion) theory predicts molecular shapes.
A central atom bonded to four peripheral atoms forms a [...]. A central atom bonded to four peripheral atoms forms a tetrahedron.
Lone pairs of [...] can influence molecular shapes. Lone pairs of valence electrons can influence molecular shapes.
The two lone pairs of electrons in water give it a [...] triatomic shape. (instead of linear) The two lone pairs of valence electrons in water give it a bent triatomic shape. (instead of linear)
VSEPR (valence shell electron pair repulsion) theory predicts molecular [...]. VSEPR (valence shell electron pair repulsion) theory predicts molecular shapes.
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