Trigonal bipyramidal with 3 lone pairs gives you what shape?
Octahedral with 0 lone pairs produces what?
Trigonal bypramidal with 1 lone pair is called what?
Trigonal planar with 1 lone pair is called what?
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)
Tetrahedral with one lone pair is called what?
Trigonal pyramidal with 107 degrees between bonds.
Two lone pairs with a tetradhedral shaped atom is called what?
Bent with 104.5 degrees between bonds.
Lone pairs do what to bond angles?
Distort the angles making them smaller.
If there are no lone pairs are the electron geometry and molecular geometry different or the same?
Tetrahedral wih 0 lone pairs produces what?
Trigonal bipyrimidal with 0 lonoe pairs produces what?
Octahedral with 2 lone pairs is what?
Octahedral with 4 lone pairs produces what?
Triginal planar with 0 lone pairs produces what?
Trigonal bipyramidal with 2 lone pairs gives you what shape?
Octahedral with no lone pairs is what?
Linear electron geometry has how many lone pairs.
Octahedral with 1 lone pair is what?
Octahedral with 3 lone pairs produces what?
A T-shaped molecule.