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Flashcards in Topic 10: Molecular Geometry, Video F: Determining Molecular Geometry Deck (19):
1

Trigonal bipyramidal with 3 lone pairs gives you what shape?

Linear

2

Octahedral with 0 lone pairs produces what?

Octahedral.

3

Trigonal bypramidal with 1 lone pair is called what?

See-Saw

4

Trigonal planar with 1 lone pair is called what?

Bent

5

What are the two components to VSEPR theory?

Electron geometry: apply the VSEPR rules for bonds and lone pairs to find 1st shape. Molecular geometry: Consider only the bonded atoms to find the second shape (count the number of lone pairs) 

6

Tetrahedral with one lone pair is called what?

Trigonal pyramidal with 107 degrees between bonds.

7

Two lone pairs with a tetradhedral shaped atom is called what?

Bent with 104.5 degrees between bonds.

8

Lone pairs do what to bond angles?

Distort the angles making them smaller.

9

If there are no lone pairs are the electron geometry and molecular geometry different or the same?

The same.

10

Tetrahedral wih 0 lone pairs produces what?

Tetrahedral

11

Trigonal bipyrimidal with 0 lonoe pairs produces what?

Trigonal bipyramidal.

12

Octahedral with 2 lone pairs is what?

Square planar.

13

Octahedral with 4 lone pairs produces what?

Linear.

14

Triginal planar with 0 lone pairs produces what?

Trigonal Planar.

15

Trigonal bipyramidal with 2 lone pairs gives you what shape?

T-shaped

16

Octahedral with no lone pairs is what?

Octahedral

17

Linear electron geometry has how many lone pairs.

zero.

18

Octahedral with 1 lone pair is what?

Square pyramidal.

19

Octahedral with 3 lone pairs produces what?

A T-shaped molecule.

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