The structure is a triangle.
i've seen some answers that its not SH2,its H-S-H It's not called "sulfur dihydrogen". It is hydrogen sulfide. and how could a teacher get it wrong! ikr
The molecular shape is as a bent.
The molecular shape of SCl6 is octahedral.
the molecular shape of H2O2 is linear
The molecular shape of H2 is linear.
tetrahedral due to the four area of electron density (two loan pair electrons and two bonded pairs).
SH2 is H2S, which is Hydrogen Sulfide, a colorless, flammable gas.
The molecular shape is LINEAR
The molecular shape for Carbon Tetrachloride is a tetrahedral.
The molecular shape of N2H4 is trigonal pyramidal.
The molecular shape of SOF4 is trigonal bipyramidal.
The molecular shape of C2H4 -ethene/ethylene is planar.
The molecular shape of the molecule depends on the molecule in question.
The molecular shape influence the chemical and physical properties.
Molecular orbital theory(MOT) provides information about both molecular shape and molecular bonding.
if molecular shape is symmatrical then its non-polar but if it is non symmatrical then its polar.
N2 ,molecular nitrogen, is a linear molecule with a dumbbell shape.
NH4^+ (ammonium ion) has a tetrahedral molecular shape.
The mass of one molecule of SH2 is approximately 34.1 amu.
Polarity of HF is nonpolar and it's molecular shape is linear.
Its shape is Tetrahedral.
The molecular shape of SCl2 is bent. Please see the related link below.
The OsbCl3 ion has a tetrahedral molecular shape
Sulfur dihydride, SH2, is held together by polar covalent bonds between sulfur and hydrogen.
oxygen doesnt have a molecular shape unless you are talking about oxygen gas, then it is O-O.