VESPR Bonding Theory
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What does it mean when the summation of the change in electronegativity is 0? Not 0?
- not 0=polar-asymmetrical
What is VESPR based on ?
The minimization of repulsion amond Valence electron pairs
What does the electron density say?
- Eletronic Geometry
- Bond Angle
What is the bond angle of Linear?
What is the bond angle of Trigonal Planar?
What is the bond angle of Tetrahedral?
What is the bond angle of Trigonal Bipyramidal?
What is the bond angle of Octahedral?
What is the molecular geometry of linear?
What are the molecular geometries of trigonal planar?
What is the molecular geometries for Tetrahedral?
- AB3U-triangular pyramid
- AB2U2-bent or angular
What is the molecular geometries for Trigonal bipyramidal?
- AB3U2-T shaped
- AB2U3-sameas AB5
What is the molecular geometries for octahedral?
- AB5U-square pyramid
What is the hybridization for Linear?
What is the hybridization for Trigonal Planar?
What is the hybridization for Tetrahedral
What is the hybridization for trigonal bipyramidal?
What is the hybridization for octahedral?
BLANK electron pairs take up more space than BLANK electron pairs
unbonded electron pairstake up more space than bonded electron pairs
What distrorts bond angle and geometries?
Unbonded electron pairs
Which electronic gemetries are hypervalent?
- Trigonal bipyramidal
Which electronic geometries can satisfy the octet rule?
- Trigonal Planar
ABn models what?
State that the electronic geometry is the same molecular geometry
Decipher between electronic and molecular geometry.
- electronic geometry-electron arrangements
- molecular geometry-net shape
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