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Flashcards in Shapes Of Molecules Deck (24):
1

Linear

2 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 180 degrees
Example = CO2

2

Trigonal Planar

3 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 120 degrees
Example = BF3

3

Tetrahedral

4 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 109.5 degrees
Example = CH4

4

Trigonal Pyramidal

3 bonding pairs
1 lone pair
Bond angle = 107 degrees
Example = NH3

5

Non-Linear

2 bonding pairs
2 lone pairs
Bond angle = 104.5 degrees
Example = H2O

6

Octahedral

6 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 90 degrees
Example = SF6

7

2 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 180 degrees
Example = CO2

Linear

8

3 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 120 degrees
Example = BF3

Trigonal Planar

9

4 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 109.5 degrees
Example = CH4

Tetrahedral

10

3 bonding pairs
1 lone pair
Bond angle = 107 degrees
Example = NH3

Trigonal Pyramidal

11

2 bonding pairs
2 lone pairs
Bond angle = 104.5 degrees
Example = H2O

Non-Linear

12

6 bonding pairs
0 lone pairs
Bond angle = 90 degrees
Example = SF6

Octahedral

13

180 degrees

Linear

14

120 degrees

Trigonal Planar

15

109.5 degrees

Tetrahedral

16

107 degrees

Trigonal Pyramidal

17

104.5 degrees

Non-Linear

18

90 degrees

Octahedral

19

What is the bond angle for a linear molecule?

180 degrees

20

What is the bond angle for a trigonal planar molecule?

120 degrees

21

What is the bond angle for a tetrahedral molecule?

109.5 degrees

22

What is the bond angle for a trigonal pyramidal molecule?

107 degrees

23

What is the bond angle for a non-linear molecule?

104.5 degrees

24

What is the bond angle for an octahedral molecule?

90 degrees