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Chm Molecule Descr.

Species type, bond angle, electron region and molecular geometry

QuestionAnswer
AX2 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 180 Electron region geometry, linear molecular geometry, linear and hybrid orbitals sp
AX3 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 120 Electron region geometry, trigonal planar molecular geometry, trigonal planar and hybrid orbitals sp2
AX2E Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), <120 Electron region geometry, trigonal planar molecular geometry, bent and hybrid orbitals sp2
AX4 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 109 Electron region geometry, tetrahedral molecular geometry, tetrahedral and hybrid orbitals sp3
AX3E Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), <109 Electron region geometry, tetrahedral molecular geometry, trigonal pyramid and hybrid orbitals sp3
AX2E2 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), <109 Electron region geometry, tetrahedral molecular geometry, bent and hybrid orbitals sp3
AX5 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 90, 120, 180 Electron region geometry, trigonal bipyramid molecular geometry, trigonal bipyramid and hybrid orbitals sp3d
AX4E Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 90, 120, 180 Electron region geometry, trigonal bipyramid molecular geometry, see saw and hybrid orbitals sp3d
AX3E2 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 90, 180 Electron region geometry, trigonal bipyramid molecular geometry, T-shaped and hybrid orbitals sp3d
AX2E3 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 180 Electron region geometry, trigonal bipyramid molecular geometry, linear and hybrid orbitals sp3d
AX6 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 90, 180 Electron region geometry, octahedral molecular geometry, octahedral and hybrid orbitals sp3d2
AX5E Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 90, 180 Electron region geometry, octahedral molecular geometry, square pyramidal and hybrid orbitals sp3d2
AX4E2 Name Bong angle(s), Electron region geometry, molecular geometry, and hybrid orbitals Name Bong angle(s), 90, 180 Electron region geometry, octahedral molecular geometry, square planar and hybrid orbitals sp3d2
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