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B. 120o C. 104o A. 180o D. 109.5o What is the bond angle in a planar molecule?
Back to board B. 120 o
A. Count bonds C. Lewis diagram B. Draw the molecule D. Work out lone pairs What’s the first step to work out molecular shape?
Back to Board C. Lewis dot diagram
A. one B. two D. four How many electron clouds is two lone pairs of electrons? C. three
Back to Board B. Two
D. S 8 C.CO 2 B. H 2 0 A. NaOH What molecule has non-polar bonds?
Back to Board D. S 8
A. 180 C. 107 D. 120 B. 109.5 What bond angle would CH4 have?
Back to Board B. 109.5
A. Non polar with polar bonds C. Polar with Polar bonds B. Non-polar molecule D. Polar with non-polar bonds What type of molecule is H2O?
Back to Board C. Polar with polar bonds
A. Bent C. Planar B. triangular pyramid D. linear What shape is something with 3 bonds and a lone pair of electrons?
Back to Board B. triangular pyramid
C. linear B. bent What shape is carbon dioxide? A. tetraherdral D. Planar
Back to Board C. Linear
A. 1 D. 4 How many valance electrons does carbon have? C. 3 B. 2
Back to Board D. 4 C
What bond angle does NH 3 Have? D. 107 A. 120 B. 109.5 C. 104.5
Back to Board D. 107
A. SO2 What molecule is polar? D. CO2 C. H2 B. CH4
Back to Board A. SO2
B. Yes Are all bent molecules polar? A. No C. Depends on bonds D. depends on electronegativity
Back to Board B. Yes
C. Bent What shape is 4 electron clouds with 2 bonds and 2 lone pairs? B. Planar A. Tetrahedral D. Linear
Back to Board C. Bent
C. Non-polar What type of molecule has coinciding centers of charge? A. Ionic B. Polar covalent D. polar
Back to Board C. Non-Polar
A. slight charge What does dipole mean? B. dip in solute D. direction of negativity C. its polar
A. Slight Charge
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