T-sh aped

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Randi Gu
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T-sh aped

Postby Randi Gu » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:04 pm

When I checked the answer after I did the homework, I found there is a world "T-sh aped" wrote in the answer book. Is there anybody known what is that mean?
And why the shape of ICl3 is that shape?

JD Malana
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Re: T-sh aped

Postby JD Malana » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:11 pm

T-shaped molecular geometry refers to AX3E2 in AXE notation meaning three bonding pairs around a central atom while also being repelled by two lone pairs.


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