(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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N2H4 makes the trigonal pyramidal shape, which should have an angle of <109.5 degrees, however in the answer key, it says that the angle is 107 degrees. How should we know the exact degrees for this molecule? Thank you!
According to his lectures, I am pretty sure we won't need to know the exact bond angle, and, rather, we should just know what effect lone pairs have on bond angles and molecule shape. Knowing that the angles are less that 109.5 due to the lone pairs is enough, I am pretty sure!
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