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Grade: upto college level
        The geometry of H2S and its dipole moment are

a. angular and non-zero
b. angular and zero
c. linear and non-zero
d. linear and zero
5 years ago

Answers : (4)

Navjyot Kalra
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654 Points
							Sol. When E = B, in BCI3, bond angle is 120°. When E = P, As or Bi, ECI3, hybridization at E will be sp3. Also, if central atoms are from same group, bond angle decreases down the  group provided all other things are similar. Hence, the order of bond angles is :
BCI3 > PCI3 > AsCI3 > BiCI3

						
5 years ago
Chayan Pradhan
38 Points
							Angular and Non-zero because the resultant dipole moment isn`t zero. S has two lone pares thats why we can get a bend like structure.
						
3 years ago
Prajeth
13 Points
							
Angular and Non-zero because the resultant dipole moment isn`t zero. S has two lone pares thats why we can get a bend like structure.so h2s has angular & non zero 
2 years ago
Kartik Sharma
15 Points
							
H2S Z=1\2 x 2= 1 therefore hybridisation is sp and has a “ LINEAR” geometry and Dipole moment is also “0”
 
5 months ago
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