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for the first box, the options are (sp, sp2, sp3) for the second box, the options...

Answer the following questions about the hybrid orbitals on the phosphorus atom in the PBrz and POBrz molecules. What are thefor the first box, the options are (sp, sp2, sp3)

for the second box, the options are (linear, bent, trigonal planar, trigonal pyramidal, tetrahedral)

for the third box, the options are (linear, bent, trigonal planar, trigonal pyramidal, tetrahedral)

Answer the following questions about the hybrid orbitals on the phosphorus atom in the PBrz and POBrz molecules. What are the expected geometries of these molecules? Ignore any distortions in the geometry due to non-equivalent terminal atoms. PBrz: Central atom =P Type of hybrid orbitals on the phosphorus atom = Number of hybrid orbitals used in overlap with atomic orbitals = Number of hybrid orbitals accomodating unshared electrons = Hybrid orbital geometry = Molecular geometry = POBrz: Central atom =P Type of hybrid orbitals on the phosphorus atom = Number of hybrid orbitals used in overlap with atomic orbitals = Number of hybrid orbitals accomodating unshared electrons = Hybrid orbital geometry = Molecular geometry =
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