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Chapter 13, Problem 92

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Predict the molecular structure and the bond angles for each of the following. (See Exercises 89 and $90 .$ )a. $\mathrm{ICl}_{5}$b. $\mathrm{XeCl}_{4}$ c. $\mathrm{SeCl}_{6}$

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Predict the molecular structure (including bond angles) for each of the following. (See Exercises 89 and 90 .)

a. $\mathrm{ICl}_{5}$

b. $\mathrm{XeCl…

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Predict the molecular structure and the bond angles for each of the following. (See Exercises 89 and $90 .$ )

a. $\mathrm{XeCl}_{2}$

b. ICl $_{3}$

c.…

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Predict the molecular structure (including bond angles) for each of the following. (See Exercises 111 and $112 .$ )

a. $\mathrm{ICl}_{5}$

b. $\mathrm…

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Predict the molecular structure (including bond angles) for each of the following. (See Exercises 89 and $90 .$ )

a. $\mathrm{XeCl}_{2}$

b. $\mathrm{…

Transcript

So this is just another example where we’re looking at our bonding structures as well as our bonding angles. So firstly, we have I see all five. This is a square based pyramid where we have bonding uncles off 90 degrees. Next, we have Z non tetra chloride, which is all square plainer. That’s our central structure that we have again. Bonding angle of 90…