Q: What is molecular geometry CO2?

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linear O=C=O

The molecule of carbon dioxide is linear: O=C=O.

The molecular geometry is octahedral.

The molecular geometry of C2H2Br2 is trigonal planar.The molecular geometry of C2H2Br2 is trigonal planar.

The molecular geometry of secl2 is BENT.

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linear O=C=O

CSe2, carbon dislenide, would have the same molecular geometry as CO2 (carbon dioxide), and that would be linear. Each carbon would be sp hybridized. Se=C=Se

The molecule of carbon dioxide is linear: O=C=O.

The molecular geometry is octahedral.

The molecular geometry of C2H2Br2 is trigonal planar.The molecular geometry of C2H2Br2 is trigonal planar.

The molecular geometry of secl2 is BENT.

The molecular geometry of IF4- is square planar.

See-saw is the molecular geometry, and trigonal bi-pyramidal is the orbital geometry.

Molecular geometry is tetrahedral has no lone pairs

It has seesaw geometry.

The electron geometry of a water molecule is tetrahedral even though the molecular geometry is _____. Bent

No, CO2 has a linear geometry while SO2 has a bent (angular) geometry. This is due to the difference in the number and arrangement of atoms around the central atom.