Bonding With Friends

Chem I | Chem II AP
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1)
sp hybridization
2)
Bond angle of 120°
3)
Three bond pairs and one lone pair
4)
sp2 hybridization

B: Trigonal Planar and E: Pyramidal

5)
Bond angle of 180°
6)
Two bond pairs and one lone pair
7)
Bond angle of < 109.5°

E: Pyramidal and F: Ben Nonplanar

8)
Four pairs of electrons

C: Tetrahedral, E: Pyramidal and F: Bent Nonplanar

9)
The N-O bonds in NO2 are classified as
10)
The bond angles in both water and ammonia (NH3) are not 109° because
11)
Given the molecule at the right
Which type of hybridization occurs?
12)
The bond angle in H2X is 102°. The type of hybridization that could be taking place is
13)
We would expect a bond formed between carbon and oxygen to be
14)
A bond formed between two elements that have a VERY LARGE electronegativity difference would be
15)
A diatomic molecule with a triple bond is
16)
Which of the following compounds is covalent?
17)
Which compound would have the following properties: high melting point, water soluble, conducts electricity when dissolved in water?
18)
In which pair are both compounds planar?
19)
In which pair do both compounds have sp3 hybridization?
20)
Which molecule has a dipole moment?
21)
In which pair are both molecules linear?
22)
Which molecule has a dipole moment?
23. - 25. Complete the table below. All molecules are covalently bonded.
Compound
Electron Dot
B.P.
L.P.
Shape
Hybridization
CBr4
PCl3
BCl3
26)
Draw an electron dot for the following ionic compounds:
a)
KF
b)
CaO
c)
BaF2
27)
Name the following covalent compounds:
a)
N2O
b)
SO2
c)
CS2
28)
Write a formule for the following covalent compounds:
a)
phosphorus trichloride
b)
sulfur hexaflouride
c)
dinitrogen pentoxide