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Chemistry
Bond angles and Shapes…read more

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Bond shapes
There are 6 different bonding shapes that are
needed fot the exam:
Linear
Triagonal Planar
Tetrehedral
Pyramidal
Non linear
Octahedral…read more

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Linear ­ 180 Degrees
Linear -
2 Bonding pairs
0 Lone pairs
Bond Angle - 180 Degrees
Example - Beryllium Chloride (BeCl)…read more

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Trigonal Planar ­ 120 Degrees
Trigonal Planar ­
3 Bonding Pairs
0 Lone Pairs
Bond angle ­ 120 degrees
Examples ­ Aluminum Chloride, Aluminum Bromide, Beryllium
Fluoride and Beryllium Chloride…read more

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Tetrahedral ­ 109.5 degrees
Tetrahedral -
4 Bonding pairs
0 Lone Pairs
Bond angle ­ 120 degrees
Examples ­ Methane, Ammonium, Silicon Chloride…read more

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Pyramidal ­ 107 degrees
Pyramidal ­
3 Bonding pairs
1 Lone pair
Bond angle ­ 107 degrees
Examples ­ Ammonia, Nitrogen chloride, Phosphurs chloride…read more

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Comments

erica_97

Bond angles specifically the degrees can vary, these are just the ones that I have been taught

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