The VSEPR Model of Molecular Geometry by Ronald J Gillespie Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) theory is a simple technique for predicting the geometry of atomic centers in small molecules and molecular ions. This authoritative reference was written by Istvan Hartiggai and the developer of VSEPR theory, Ronald J. Gillespie. In addition to its value as a text for courses in molecular geometry and chemistry, it constitutes a classic reference for...

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This interactive activity from ChemThink explains the valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory. Understand why, within a covalently-bonded molecule, areas with a higher concentration of electrons repel each other to be as far apart as possible. See how Lewis structures can be used to predict the shape of a molecule, and learn about common molecular geometries such as linear, trigonal planar, bent, tetrahedral, and trigonal pyramid.

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Chemistry Puzzle Color by Number Molecular Geometry

Students color by determining the molecular shape like trigonal biplanar and tetrahedral! Science with Mrs. Lau

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AsF5 Molecular Geometry and Bond Angles (Arsenic Pentafluoride).

Electron Geometry and Hybridization Chart | advance physics: Introduction to Molecular Geometry

MOLECULAR GEOMETRY - ORIGAMI If you teach chemistry or physical science, you know that many students struggle with concepts like molecular shapes, bond angles, and polarity. This is largely due to the abstract nature of the topic and the need to envision three-dimensional shapes generally conveyed two dimensionally.

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