SOLVED: For each molecule, draw the Lewis Structure and the VSEPR 3-D structure (see chart below) to the best of your ability. Around each central atom, indicate the number of electron groups, the ele

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For each molecule, draw the Lewis Structure and the VSEPR 3-D structure (see chart below) to the best of your ability. Around each central atom, indicate the number of electron groups, the electron configuration, the shape, and the orbital hybridization. For the indicated bond angles, describe them as ideal, less than ideal, or greater than ideal.
Electron Group No
Molecular geometry lone pair
Molecular geometry lone pair
Molecular geometry lone pairs
Molecular geometry lone pairs
Central atom Atom bound to central atom
Linear
Lone pair
Trigonal planar
Bent
Trigonal pyramidal
Bent
Tetrahedral
Trigonal bipyramidal
Seesaw
T-shaped
Linear
Octahedral
Square pyramidal
Square planar

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Draw the Lewis structure and determine the electronic structure around the central atom, C in Cl2CO?C atom is the central atom of this molecule and has 2 Cl and O atom attached to it

This answer requires the shape of electron region geometry, the number of lone pairs, single, double and triple bonds about the central atom, C

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Electron region geometry = linear trigonal planar tetrahedral trigonal bipyramidal octahedral

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