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What is the geometric structure of the boron trifluoride molecule, BF3 How many pairs of

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Problem 71

What is the geometric structure of the boron trifluoride molecule, BF3? How many pairs of valence electrons are present on the boron atom in BF3? What are the approximate FOBOF bond angles in BF3?

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Chem1312Chapter12Notes DevinR.Garza 1 Chem1312—GenChemII—Chapter12Notes 12.1CONDENSEDPHASES • Intermolecular(IM)forcesariseasaconsequenceofmolecularpolarity; "intermolecular"canrefertoforcesbetweenmolecules,atoms,andions • Liquidsandsolids=condensedphases:intermolecularforcesarelargeenoughtokeep particlesofsubstanceincontactwitheachother. o IMforcesnegligibleingases—rapidlymovingparticlesseparatedbyrelatively largedistances o Solids:IMforcesstrongenoughtokeepparticlesinfixedpositionsrelativeto eachother o Liquids:IMforcesstrongenoughtokeepparticlestogether;

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation
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Author: Steven S. Zumdahl, Donald J. DeCoste
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