shapes of molecules 0.0 / 5 ? ChemistryBonding & shapesASAQA Created by: francesca_321Created on: 21-05-15 20:20 What is the name of a molecule that only has two bonding pairs? Linear 1 of 17 What is the angel on this shape? 180 2 of 17 What is the name of a molecule that has 3 bonding pairs? trigonal planar 3 of 17 What is the angle on this shape? 120 4 of 17 What is the name of the shape with 4 bonding paris? Tetrehedral 5 of 17 What is the angle on this shape? 109.5 6 of 17 What are some examples? SICL4, NH4+ 7 of 17 What is the name of a molecule with 3 bonding pairs and 1 lone pair? trigonal planar 8 of 17 What is the angle on this shape? 107 9 of 17 What is the shaoe called of something with 5 bonding pairs? Trigonal bipyramid 10 of 17 What are the two angles? 120 and 90 degrees 11 of 17 What is the shape called for the 6 bonding pairs? Octahedral 12 of 17 What is the angle? 90 13 of 17 How do you explain shape? state the number of bonding pairs and lone pairs 14 of 17 What do you state about the electron lone pairs? They repel and try to get as far apart as possible 15 of 17 What happens if there are no lone pairs? The electron pairs repel equally 16 of 17 If there are lone pairs of electrons what should you state? Lone pairs repel more than bonding pairs 17 of 17

## Comments

No comments have yet been made