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What does the term 'covalent bond' mean?
A bond formed by a shaired pair of electrons
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What does the term 'dative covalent bond' mean?
A shaired pair of electrons which has been provided by one of the bonding atoms only
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What does the term 'ionic bond' mean?
The electrostatic attraction between oppositely charged ions
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What does the term 'lone pair' mean?
Is an outer shell pair of electrons that is not involved in chemical bonding
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What is the bond angle of a triagonal planar?
120 degrees
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How many bonds are there in a triagonal planar?
3 bonds and 0 lone pairs
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What is the bond angle of a tetrehedral?
109.5 degrees
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How many bonds are involved in a tetrehedral?
4 bonds and 0 lone pairs
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What is the bond angle of a octahedral?
90 degrees
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How many bonds are involved in a octahedral?
6
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What is the bond angle of a pyramidal?
107 degrees
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How many bonds are involved in a pyramidal?
3 bonds and 1 lone pair
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What is the bond angle of a non linear?
104.5 degrees
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How many bonds are involved in a non linear?
2 bonds and 2 lone pairs
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What is the bond angle of a linear shape?
180 degrees
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Give an example of a molecule with a linear shape?
Carbon dioxide (CO )
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Give an example of a molecule with a non linear shape?
Water (H O
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GIve an example of a molecule with a pyramidal shape?
Ammonia (NH )
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Give an example of a molecule with a triagonal planar shape?
BF
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Give an example of a molecule with a tetrahedral shape?
CH
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Give an example of a molecule with a octahedral shape?
SF
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What does the term 'dative covalent bond' mean?

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A shaired pair of electrons which has been provided by one of the bonding atoms only

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What does the term 'ionic bond' mean?

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What does the term 'lone pair' mean?

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What is the bond angle of a triagonal planar?

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