90, 120, and 180
The lone pair - OH bond repulsion in water is greater than the OH bond- OH bond repulsion. In methane all of the bonds are the same so it has perfect tetrahedral symmetry. This is VSEPR theory
yes. sulphur and fluorine both are non metals so form the covalent bonds.
CH3 is a trigonal planar and has a hybridization of sp3
Bond angle is 109.5 degrees.It is equal in every bond
NH4+ is tetrahedral, with bond angle of 109.5o
the f-p-f bond angle is 120the cl -p-cl bond angle is 180and the f - p - cl bond angle is 90
Bond Angle (:
The bond angle for H2S is 92.1­°.
The water molecule's bond angle is about 104.45 degrees.
the shape is bent and the bond angle is approximately 120
No, the bond angle for linear structure is 180 degrees.
The answer would be bond angle, for number 19#