Answer to Question #161330 in General Chemistry for Dale

Question #161330

Which explains why the bond angles of bent and pyramidal molecules are somewhat smaller/more compressed than the bond angles of the predicted structure.


Double bonds repel other domains more strongly due to the high number of electrons. 


Non-bonding domains repel bonding domains more strongly than other bonded electrons would.


The nuclei of large terminal atoms are attracted to the electron domains of neighboring terminal atoms.


This simply isn't a true statement.


The electrons surrounding terminal atoms push strongly on one another. 


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2021-02-05T04:06:38-0500

The correct option is A

Double bonds repel other domains more strongly due to the high number of electrons. 


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