Shapes of molecules

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1. If a molecule has a tetrahedral shape, how many electron pairs does it have?

  • Four, including two lone pairs
  • Four, including no lone pairs
  • Three, including one lone pair
  • Two, including no lone pairs
  • Three, including no lone pairs
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2. What is the shape of the molecule with five electron pairs, including no lone pairs?

  • Bent Shape
  • Linear
  • Trigonal bipyramidal
  • Octahedral

3. What is the bond angle in a molecule with six electron pairs, including no lone pairs?

  • 180
  • 90
  • 104.5
  • 120

4. Give an example of a bent shape.

  • CO2
  • SO2
  • BeCl2
  • MgO2

5. What is the shape of a molecule with three electron pairs, with no lone pairs?

  • Bent shape
  • Trigonal pyramidal
  • Triangular planar
  • Linear

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