Molecule shapes as chemistry ocr

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  • Created on: 03-01-13 18:44
What molecule shape has 2 electron pairs on central atom but no lone pairs?
linear
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What bond angle does a linear molecule have?
180 degrees
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What molecule shape has 3 electron pairs on central atom but no lone pairs?
trigonal planar
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What bond angle does a trigonal planar shape have?
120 degrees
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What molecule shape has 4 electron pairs on central atom?
tetrahedral
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What bond angle does a tetrahedral shape have?
109.5 degrees
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What molecule shape has 4 electron pairs on central atom and 1 lone pair?
trigonal pyramidal
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What molecule shape has 4 electron pairs on central atom and 2 lone pairs?
non-linear
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What bond angle does a trigonal pyramidal shape have?
107 degrees
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What bond angle does a non-linear shape have?
104.5 degrees
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What molecule shape has 6 electron pairs on central atom?
octahedral
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What bond angle does an octahedral shape have?
90 degrees
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Card 2

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What bond angle does a linear molecule have?

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180 degrees

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What molecule shape has 3 electron pairs on central atom but no lone pairs?

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Card 4

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What bond angle does a trigonal planar shape have?

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What molecule shape has 4 electron pairs on central atom?

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George Gayton

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Its always 109.5, so question 3 and 5 are wrong

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