(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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I'm not quite sure. I know the most stable structure for molecules spread their electron densities as far away as possible, so the bond angle is always the largest possible angle. I know bond strengths are determined on their bond order and their length. They can also be weakened by atoms with large electronegativities in the same molecule.
Nan_Guan_3J wrote:quick question, does it mean that the chemical bonds are more stable if the bond angel is larger?
Hi! I think this is true because of the repulsion between electrons, so the bonds will be as far apart as possible. Hope this helps!
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