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What electron pair geometry and bond angles does a molecule have if it has 2 electron pairs

LINEAR GEOMETRY
180 *degrees 

What electron pair geometry and bond angles does a molecule have if it has 3 electron pairs

TRIGONAL PLANAR
120 * degrees 

What electron pair geometry and bond angles does a molecule have if it has 4 electron pairs

TETRAHEDRAL
109.5 *degrees 

What electron pair geometry and bond angles does a molecule have if it has 5 electron pairs

TRIGONAL BIPYRAMIDAL
120* / 90* degrees (violates the octect rule) 

What electron pair geometry and bond angles does a molecule have if it has 6 electron pairs

OCTAHEDRAL
90* / 180* degrees 

What is the molecular geometry if it has 2 bonding pairs and 1 nonbonding pair?

BENT


What is the molecular geometry if it has 3 bonding pairs and 1 nonbonding pair?

TRIGONAL PYRAMIDAL


What is the molecular geometry if it has 2 bonding pairs and 2 nonbonding pair?

BENT


What is the molecular geometry if it has 4 bonding pairs and 1 nonbonding pair?

SEESAW


What is the molecular geometry if it has 3 bonding pairs and 2 nonbonding pair?

TSHAPED


What is the molecular geometry if it has 2 bonding pairs and 3 nonbonding pair?

LINEAR
SF6 

What is the molecular geometry if it has 5 bonding pairs and 1 nonbonding pair?

SQUARE PYRAMIDAL
BrF5 

What is the molecular geometry if it has 4 bonding pairs and 2 nonbonding pair?

SQUARE PLANAR
XeF4 

What group are Alkali Metals

Group 1A


Common Alkali reactions with 02

2Li2O Na2O2 KO2


Trend for Increasing Radius

right to left
top to bottom 

Trend for Increasing Ionization Energies

bottom to top
left to right 

Name the Quantum Numbers and their functions

N= (shell)
l=(subshell) ml=(orbital) ms(spin) 

V(aplha) = c

v=frequency (Hz)
(alpha)= wavelength c=speed of light 

at what conditions are deviations from the ideal gas law the greatest?

low temperatures and high pressures
