The molecular mass of acetylene is 23.04 u.
The molecular geometry of the AsO2- ion is bent (because of the lone electron pair with the central arsenic atom, making the O-As-O bond angle very obtuse) but its electron domain geometry is trigonal planar because there are three domains, with a 120 deg. angle between them.
when the ray of light coincides on the surface, it makes an angle with the normal ( imagininary line perpendicular to the surface) this angle is called angle of incidence. When the light reflects backs after striking the surface it makes angle with the normal, this angle is called angle of reflection.
The second angle of incidence is equal to the angle of refractions.
Angle of incidence can be anything. Angle of reflection is the same as angle of incidence.
I don't know, I'd prob read my chem textbook and stop looking up answers online.
Yes. Acetylene is unsaturated with a triple bond joining the carbon atoms. The reaction is HCCH + 2Br2 -> Br2HCCHBr2 The bromine adds accross the triple bond, leaving a single carbon carbon bond.
(isopropyl)x2 = (2-methylpropane)x2 --> [C(CH3)2] x2 (center) Acetylene --> C(triple bond)C (H3C)2C(triple bond)C(CH3)2
The simplest is acetylene C2H2.
Bond angle is 109.5 degrees.It is equal in every bond
NH4+ is tetrahedral, with bond angle of 109.5o
the f-p-f bond angle is 120the cl -p-cl bond angle is 180and the f - p - cl bond angle is 90
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The molecular formula of acetylene gas is C2H2. The shape of the molecule is linear, with the two carbon atoms joined by a triple bond and each carbon atom also bonded to one hydrogen atom by a single bond.
CH (triple bond) CH + Br2 -> BrC (triple bond) CBr
The bond angle for H2S is 92.1­°.