Shapes of Molecules Basic information about each shape. 3.5 / 5 based on 4 ratings ? ChemistryBonding & shapesAS Created by: JesseCreated on: 15-12-11 17:16 Octahedral Molecules These contain: 6 bond pairs, 0 lone pairs Bond angle: 90 Example: SF6 It has a 3D shape, and is NON-POLAR. 1 of 6 V-Shaped Molecules These contain: 2 bond pairs, 2 lone pairs Bond angle: 104.5 Example: It has a 2D shape, and is POLAR 2 of 6 Pyramidal Molecules These contain: 3 bond pairs, 1 lone pairs Bond angle: 107 Example: It has a 3D shape, and is POLAR 3 of 6 Tetrahedral Molecules These contain: 4 bond pairs, 0 lone pairs Bond angle: 109.5 Example: It has a 3D shape, and is NON POLAR 4 of 6 Trigonal Molecules These contain: 3 bond pairs, 0 lone pairs Bond angle: 120 Example: It has a 2D shape, and is NON-POLAR 5 of 6 Linear Molecules These contain: 2 bond pairs, 0 lone pairs Bond angle: 180 Example: It has a 2D shape, and is NON-POLAR 6 of 6

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