shapes of molecules

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What is the name of a molecule that only has two bonding pairs?
Linear
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What is the angel on this shape?
180
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What is the name of a molecule that has 3 bonding pairs?
trigonal planar
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What is the angle on this shape?
120
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What is the name of the shape with 4 bonding paris?
Tetrehedral
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What is the angle on this shape?
109.5
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What are some examples?
SICL4, NH4+
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What is the name of a molecule with 3 bonding pairs and 1 lone pair?
trigonal planar
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What is the angle on this shape?
107
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What is the shaoe called of something with 5 bonding pairs?
Trigonal bipyramid
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What are the two angles?
120 and 90 degrees
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What is the shape called for the 6 bonding pairs?
Octahedral
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What is the angle?
90
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How do you explain shape?
state the number of bonding pairs and lone pairs
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What do you state about the electron lone pairs?
They repel and try to get as far apart as possible
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What happens if there are no lone pairs?
The electron pairs repel equally
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If there are lone pairs of electrons what should you state?
Lone pairs repel more than bonding pairs
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