Identify the wrongly match pair.
Molecule Shape or geometry of molecule
(1) NH3 Trigonal pyramidal
(2) PCl5 Trigonal planar
(3) SF6 Octahedral
(4) BeCl2 Linear
The molecular geometry of SF6 is octahedral. What is the geometry of SF4 (including lone pair(s) of electrons, if (any)? (1) Square planar (2) Trigonal bipyramidal (3) Tetrahedral (4) Pyramidal
Match the compounds of Xe in column I with the molecular structure in column II. Column I Column II (a) XeF2 (i) Square planar (b) XeF4 (ii) Linear (c) XeO3 (iii) Square pyramidal (d) XeOF4 (iv) Pyramidal (1) (a)-(ii) (b)-(i) (c)-(iv) (d)-(iii) (2) (a)-(ii)...
Match the coordination number and type of hybridisation with distribution of hybrid orbitals in space based on Valence bond theory. Coordination number and type of hybridisation Distribution of hybrid orbitals in space (a) 4, sp3 (i) trigonal bipyramidal (b...
If AB4 molecule is a polar molecule, a possible geometry of AB4 is : (1) Square pyramidal (2) Rectangular planar (3) Square planar (4) Tetrahedral
The shape/structure of [XeF5]– and XeO3F2, respectively are : (1) octahedral and square pyramidal (2) trigonal bipyramidal and trigonal bipyramidal (3) trigonal bipyramidal and pentagonal (4) pentagonal planar and trigonal bipyramidal
The potential energy (y) curve for H2 formation as a function of internuclear distance (x) of the H atoms is shown below. The bond energy of H2 is (1) (c – a) (2) (b – a) (3) $(c – a)\over2$ (4) $(b – a)\over2$
Match the type of interaction in column A with the distance dependence of their interaction energy in column B : A B (i) ion - ion (a) $1\over r$ (ii) Dipole - dipole (b) $1\over r^2$ (iii) Londondispersion (c) $1\over r^3$ (d) $1\over r^6$ (1) (i) - (a); (...
Among the compounds shown below which one revealed a linear structure? (1) N2O (2) NO2 (3) HOCl (4) O3
Which one of the following pairs of species have the same bond order? (a) O2, NO+ (b) CN$^-$, CO (c) N2, O2 (d) CO, NO
The species, having bond angles of 120° is (a) ClF3 (b) NCl3 (c) BCl3 (d) PH3