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Bond Angle

Bond Angle

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Published by: miniphilos on Apr 01, 2012
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19 Oct 2010 12:37:05 ISTLike 20 people liked this474504 View PostA new trick for Bond AngleChemistry , Physical Chemistry , academicHello guys ...this is my second article ...(Academic) ....Actually I am submitting this...because there is one question always in JEE, AIEEE or BITSAT...or any State Engineering Exam...on this topic....so make yourself comfortable ....and understand this...This method is applicable only for element N O P (mean Nitrogen Oxygen and Phosphorus )...........Trick is :-If central Atom is same ....then Higher the Electronegativity of Surrounding atom...lower the bond Angle ...and vice-versaIf Surrounding Atom is same...then Lower the Electronegativity of Central atom Lower the bond angle and vice-versaExample ;NF3 NCl3 NBr3 NI3Central atom is same in all the four case....i.e N...so higher the E.N of Surronding atom..lower the bond angle...So EN : F > Cl > Br > IHence Bond Angle trend is NF3 < NCl3 < NBr3 < NI3PH3 PF3 PCl3 PBr3 PI3 Central Atom is same.....again trend of EN of surrounding atom...F > Cl > Br > I > H ...So bond angle will be PH3 > PI3 > PBr3 > PCl3 > PF3NH3 PH3 Here surrounding atom is same....but central is different ...So EN of N and P ... N > P

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