sp3d. For each energy level (s,p,d,f) there are a certain amount of atoms in that section. S has 2. Divide it by two, you get one. P has 6. Divide it by 2, you get 3, and so on. Because selenium tetrafluoride has 5 things around it (four fluorides and a lone pair), it will go up to 5, which is sp3d.
Selenium tetrafluoride is SeF4
The Se (selenium) would be sp3d hybridized.
sp3d is a typical answer - bit this assumes that d orbitals are sigificant in the bonding- you may be being taught differently.
Carbon tetrafluoride is CF4.
The silicon tetrafluoride formula is SiF4.
The formula for carbon tetrafluoride is CF4.
Carbon tetrafluoride is CF4
The molecule of xenon tetrafluoride (XeF4) is nonpolar.
The chemical formula for diphosphorus tetrafluoride is P2F4.
The chemical formula for sulfur tetrafluoride is SF4.
What is the Lewis dot Diagram for Carbon Tetrafluoride?
The name of this compound is dinitrogen tetrafluoride or tetrafluorohydrazine.
It could be named any one of monosilicon tetrafluoride, silicon tetrafluoride, or tetrafluorosilane.
The hybridization of PH3 is sp3
The hybridization of SCl4 is sp3d.
Hybridization of SF2 is sp3.
NH4+ has a hybridization of sp3.
See the link below for a MSDS of uranium tetrafluoride. Uranium tetrafluoride is dangerous: radioactive, toxic, corrosive; can affect eyes, skin and lungs (after inhalation).
Selenium is not a who. Selenium is a material.
The SP hybridization is the type of hybridization that is found in ammonia NH3.
the hybridization of xenon will be sp3d