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Chemistry II

Gas Laws, Lewis Structure, Bonding, Hybridization

bond angle for octahedral (atom geometry)? 90 degrees
bond angle for tetrahedral (atom geometry)? 109.5 degrees
bond angle for trigonal planar (atom geometry)? 120 degrees
bond angle(s) for trigonal bipyramidal (atom geometry)? 90/120 degrees
How to count electron density domain # of atoms bonded to and # of lone pairs
What elements are in a molecule that exhibits hydrogen bonding? N, O, F
Can H alone cause hydrogen bonding? No, N, O, F should be present.
What happens when H bonds to a highly? electronegative element/atom? Hydrogen bonding
Created by: OnChromebook