Molecular Geometeries

Linear

Two bond sites.

Bond angle=180 degrees

Trigonal Planar

Three bond sites.

Bond angle=120

Bent or Angular(Trigonal)

Three bond sites.

1 lone pair electron.

bond angle=<120

Tetrahedral

Four bond sites.

Bond angle=109

Trigonal Pyramid

Four bond sites.

1 lone pair electron

bond angle=<109

Bent or Angular(Tetrahedral)

Four bond sites

2 lone pair electrons

bond angle=<<109

Trigonal Bipyramid

Five bond sites

bond angle(2D plane)=90

bond angle(3D plane)=120

Sawhorse or seesaw

Five bond sites

1 lone pair electron

bond angle(2D plane)=90

bond angle(3D plane)=<120

T-Shape(Trigonal Bipyramid)

Five bond sites

2 lone pair electrons

bond angle=<90

Linear(Trigonal Bipyramid)

Five bond sites

3 lone pair electrons

bond angle=180

Octahedral

Six bond sites

bond angle=90

Square Pyramid

Six bond sites

1 lone pair electron

bond angle=<90

Square Planar

Six bond sites

2 lone pair electrons

bond angle=90

T-Shape(Octahedral)

Six bond sites

3 lone pair electrons

bond angle=<90

Linear(Octahedral)

Six bond sites

4 lone pair electrons

bond angle=180

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