The flashcards below were created by user
caitlin.schlagal
on FreezingBlue Flashcards.

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
2,2,0
Linear

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
3,3,0
Trigonal planar

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
3,2,1
Bent

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
4,4,0
Tetrahydral

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
4,3,1
Trigonal pyramidal

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
4,2,2
Bent

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
5,5,0
Trigonal bypyramidal

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
5,4,1
SeeSaw

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
5,3,2
TShaped

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
5,2,3
Linear

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
6,6,0
octahedral

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
6,5,1
square pyramidal

What is the molecular geometry of the following numbers of electron domains:
6,4,2
square planar

Given the following electron domain, what is the ED geometry:
2
Linear

Given the following electron domain, what is the ED geometry:
3
Trigonal planar

Given the following electron domain, what is the ED geometry:
4
Tetrahedral

Given the following electron domain, what is the ED geometry:
5
Trigonal bypyramidal

Given the following electron domain, what is the ED geometry:
6
Octahedral

The octect rule states:
Atoms tend to gain,share, or lose electrons until they are surrounded by eight valence electrons

What is the equation for finding bond enthalpies?
ΔH_{rxn}=Σ(bonds broken)Σ(bonds formed)

What is the formula charge equation?
 Formula Charge=Valence electronsbonded elctrons/2nonbonded electrons
 FC=VEBE/2NBE

To have a polar electronegativity the value must be_______?
greater than 2.0

To have a non polar electronegativity the value must be _______?
close to 0

Atomic Radius gets bigger as you go from?
Right to Left and Top to Bottom

Ionization energy is defined as?
The energy required to remove an electron from a gaseous atom or ion

Ionization gets bigger as you go from?
Bottom to Top and Left to Right

Electron affinity is defined as?
Energy change that occurs when an electron is added to a gaseous atom

Electronegativity is defined as?
The ability of an atom in a molecule to attract an atom to itself

If you have the following number of electron domains what is the hybrid orbital?
2
sp

If you have the following number of electron domains what is the hybrid orbital?
3
sp^{2}

If you have the following number of electron domains what is the hybrid orbital?
4
sp^{3}

If you have the following number of electron domains what is the hybrid orbital?
5
sp^{3}d

If you have the following number of electron domains what is the hybrid orbital?
6
sp^{3}d^{2}

