Straightforward Numerical Method to Understanding the Valence Shell Electron Pair Theory (VSEPR)

International Journal of Research & Review, Vol.5; Issue: 9; September 2018

4 Pages Posted: 20 Oct 2020

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Vikram R. Jadhav

K. K. W. Arts, Science, and Commerce College, Pimpalgaon Baswant

Date Written: September 9, 2018

Abstract

It is well-known that Valence shell pair repulsion (VSEPR) hypothesis is customarily typically used to correctly predict molecular geometry. Be that as it may, it is firm to investigate the broad implications of this hypothesis by essentially drawing the molecular structure. This numerical procedure is constitutional and straightforward. This effective strategy can be actualized in science training at both the secondary school and college levels. This paper talked about the few examples of a straightforward molecular structure forecast. Properly utilizing the numerical procedure, both molecular geometry and the logical support can be imagined effortlessly.

Keywords: Bond pairs, Lone pairs, VSEPR theory

Suggested Citation

Jadhav, Vikram, Straightforward Numerical Method to Understanding the Valence Shell Electron Pair Theory (VSEPR) (September 9, 2018). International Journal of Research & Review, Vol.5; Issue: 9; September 2018, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3684248

Vikram Jadhav (Contact Author)

K. K. W. Arts, Science, and Commerce College, Pimpalgaon Baswant

Nashik, MS 422209
India

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