Geometry of N2o?

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Molecular geometry or shape is heavily influenced by valence shell electron pair repulsion. The molecular geometry for N2O has a linear shape and it is also important to note that it is polar.
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This molecule has a linear shape and it is also important to note that it is polar.
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N2O: Valence electrons: 2*5 (N) + 6 (O) = 16. N is the central atom; make two
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N20 is trigonal planar (Nitrogen atom is sp2 hybridized) N=N-O (the first nitrogen and oxygen have a -1 charge) CCl2F2 is tetrahediral (carbon atom is sp3 hybridized) Source(s) I
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You need to use the VSEPR theory (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion) The first step is to draw a LEWIS DIAGRAM of the molecule. To do this: 1. Determine the number of VALENCE
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Molecular geometry or shape is heavily influenced by valence shell electron pair repulsion. The molecular geometry for N2O has a linear shape and it is also important ...
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