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Is cs2 linear or bent?

As the hybridization of CS2 is sp hybridization, the Carbon atom is in center bonding with two sulfur atoms forms the bond angle of 180 degrees, making the molecular geometry of CS2 molecule linear. The general formula for linear geometry is AX2, and thus CS2 shows linear geometry.

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Also, how many electron domains does cs2 have? Carbon disulfide, CS2, will have a total of 16 valence electron , 4 from the carbon atom and 6 from each of the two sulfur atoms. The central carbon atom will form double bonds with the two sulfur atoms. These bonds will account for 8 of the 16 valence electrons of the molecule.

Regarding this, what is the molecular geometry of carbon disulfide cs2?


Is HF bent?

The free electrons and ions cause HF radiation that is moving upward to bend back toward the earth, an effect called refraction. The higher the electron density, the more HF radiation is bent toward the surface.

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