(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Matthew Chan 1B
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This is kind of a dumb question, but do we have to memorize the bond angles?
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You should memorize the different orientations and their bond angles as it will be useful for the upcoming test.
Akshay Chellappa 1H
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Yes, I think that we are supposed to have the bond angles memorized for this test.
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I think it would be best to memorize both the bond angles and the shapes, especially for the upcoming test.
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Yes, so that, if asked, you can make comparisons between the angles of different shapes.
Haley Pham 4I
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Yes, you should know the different orientations and bond angles for a particular shape.
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Yes! I recommend creating a quizlet with electronic geometry, molecular geometry, and bond angles.
Brandon Tao 1K
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I would say so because they will most likely be on the test this week and it is helpful to know so make the process of finding the shapes easier.
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Yes you should memorize them for the upcoming test!
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is there a trick to help memorize this?
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