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- 9.22Describe the characteristic electron-domain geometry of each of the following numbers of electron domains about a central atom: (a) 3, (b) 4, (c) 5, (d) 6. 9.23 Give the electron-domain and molecular geometries of a mol-ecule that has the following electron domains on its central atom: (a) four bonding domains and no nonbonding domains,
- Here we have to find out in each of the following equations, what hybridization change, if any, occurs for the underlined atom. Step-1 (a) BF3 + NaF → Na + BF4-Here the hybridization of B atom changes from reactant to product. In BF3, the hybridization of B is sp2, whereas in product i.e in BF4, the hybridization of B is sp3.
- Each ball-and-stick model below shows the electron-pair and molecular geometry of a generic molecule. Explain what is wrong with each molecular geometry and provide the correct molecular geometry based on the number of lone and bonding pairs around the central atom. (a) Molecular geometry for a central atom with 2 lone pairs and 2 bonding pairs of