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H2O is known as water. CF4 is known as tetrafluoromethane. CF4 is a molecule with a carbon atom at the center and four fluoride molecules attached to it. H2O has a single oxygen atoms in the center, with two hydrogen atoms attached to it. The structures are not very similar. CF4 is most similar to chlorofluorcarbons (CFCs). Further more, CF4 is a gas at room temperature, while H20 is a liquid at room temperature. Therefore, these are very different structures.

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