There are five electron groups around the central atom. Electron groups include lone pairs and atoms around the central atom: for SBr_{4}, there are 4 atoms and 1 lone pair, or a total of 5 electron groups around S. This corresponds to AX_{5} or **trigonal bipyramidal**. The electron geometry of SBr_{4} is trigonal bipyramidal.

Contents

- 1 What is the molecular geometry for SBr4?
- 2 What is the electronic geometry of bi3?
- 3 What is the bond angle of SBr4 molecule?
- 4 What is the geometrical shape of CH3+?
- 5 What is the electronic geometry of bbr3?
- 6 What is the hybridization of the central atom in SBr4?
- 7 What shape is BI3?
- 8 Is BI3 molecule symmetrical?
- 9 How many valence electrons are in SBr4?
- 10 How many electron groups are around the central sulfur atom in SBr4?
- 11 What is SF4?
- 12 Is CH3+ a trigonal planar?
- 13 How is CH3+ is planar?

## What is the molecular geometry for SBr4?

The SBr4 molecule has a bipyramidal trigonal geometry shape because it contains four bromine atoms. There are four S-Br bonds at the SBr4 molecular geometry. After linking the four bromine atoms in the bipyramidal trigonal form, it maintains the trigonal bipyramidal-like structure.

## What is the electronic geometry of bi3?

The electron geometry of BI_{3} is trigonal planar (AX_{3}).

## What is the bond angle of SBr4 molecule?

We discussed already that the S hybridizes sp 3 d and that it has a lone pair. The lone pair on the central atom leads to the change in the bond angles from 120 degrees to 102 degrees for equatorial fluorine atoms and 173 degrees instead of 180 degrees for axial fluorine atoms.

## What is the geometrical shape of CH3+?

The central atom has 4 valence electrons. There are 3 monovalent atoms in CH3+and +1 cationic charge. Since the number of surrounding atoms is equal to hybrid orbitals, therefore, there are no lone pairs in CH3+. So, sp2hybridization has a trigonal planar shape.

## What is the electronic geometry of bbr3?

The electron geometry of BBr_{3} is trigonal planar.

## What is the hybridization of the central atom in SBr4?

The hybridization of the central atom, sulfur (S) in SBr_{4}, is sp^{3}d.

## What shape is BI3?

Boron triiodide is a chemical compound of boron and iodine with chemical formula BI_{3}. It has a trigonal planar molecular geometry.

## Is BI3 molecule symmetrical?

BI3 is a planar trigonal molecule with D3h symmetry, while AsI3 exhibits a trigonal pyramidal shape with C3v symmetry. Consequently, the As atom of the AsI3 molecule has three σ-holes, whereas the B atom of the BI3 molecule has two symmetrical π-holes.

## How many valence electrons are in SBr4?

Explanation: And so we got SBr4, i.e. 6sulfur+4×7bromine= 34⋅valence electrons

## How many electron groups are around the central sulfur atom in SBr4?

Electron groups include lone pairs and atoms around the central atom: for SBr4, there are 4 atoms and 1 lone pair, or a total of 5 electron groups around S. This corresponds to AX5 or trigonal bipyramidal. The electron geometry of SBr4 is …

## What is SF4?

SF4 is a chemical formula for Sulfur Tetrafluoride. It is a colorless corrosive gas that is used in the synthesis of several organofluorine compounds.

## Is CH3+ a trigonal planar?

The carbanion has three bonding pairs and one lone pair. Thus, VSEPR theory predicts a tetrahedral electron geometry and a trigonal planar electron geometry.

## How is CH3+ is planar?

CH3• Is Planar Due to H−H Steric Repulsion.