(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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I don't necessarily have any tips for memorizing the molecular geometry aside from try drawing out the shape. I thought this graph was pretty helpful for understanding how multiple shapes could be considered T-shaped, or Bent. https://sites.google.com/a/coe.edu/prin ... ectrum.png
Hi! I have personally found that making flashcards with the number of bonds, lone pairs, bond angles and shape have really helped me learn this content, I always prefer to make my own because I feel like it "sticks" better than just looking at a chart. Hope this helped!
Hi! Flash cards are a good way, but if you don't fancy flashcards, you can at least copy one of the charts from google to reinforce the shapes and their respective notes (bond angles, shape, number of electron-dense areas, number of lone pairs, etc).
Mahnoor_Wani_2F wrote:There is a lot of pre-made quizlets available that you can use as flashcard to study or as a practice test. I recommend this method because you can use quizlet on any browser anywhere
Thank you that's a great tip!
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