The hybridization 0f Br3– anion is sp3d hybridization.
Its geometry is trigonal bipyramidal and the shape is trigonal planar (due to the presence of 2 lone pairs).
BrF3 hybridization is sp3d.
Accordingly, the hybridization of Cl in ClF5 is sp3d2.
Bromotrifluoride or BrF3 is a strong fluorinating agent and its central atom has sp3d hybridization. It is a T-shaped molecule with a bond angle of 86.2°.
Tribromidanion | Br3- – PubChem.
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The Br3 Lewis structure has a total of 22 valence electrons.
Electronic groups include lone pairs and atoms around the central atom. There are 5 atoms and 1 lone pair or a total of 6 electrons around the central atom Cl. This corresponds to AX6 or octahedral. The electronic geometry of ClF5 is AX6 or octahedral.
Decision: The molecular geometry of ClF5 is square-pyramidal with an asymmetric charge distribution around the central atom. Therefore, this molecule is polar.
The central atom is phosphorus and its atomic number is , so its electronic configuration is [ Ne ] 3 s 2 3 p 3 . So valence electrons and monovalent atoms are bound to it. Hybridization of PF 5 = 1 2 5 + 5 – 0 + 0 = 1 2 × 10 = 5.
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Lone pairs of electrons in the fluorine atom have six. Three fluorine atoms have 18 lone pairs of electrons. This means that there are two lone pairs of electrons in the nucleus of the bromine atom. Two lone pairs of electrons on the central bromine atom are responsible for the trigonal-bipyramidal nature of the BrF3 molecular geometry.
In the Lewis structure of Br3– there are two single bonds around the bromine atom, with two other bromine atoms bonded to it, and at each bromine atom , there are < b>three single pairs.
F3 ion does not exist due to its small size and lack of an unoccupied d orbital to extend its covalency from one to two, while iodine is large and vacant is d orbital to form I3 ion.
The molecular geometry of SF4 is a seesaw with a pair of valence electrons. The nature of the molecule is polar. These atoms form a trigonal bipyramidal shape. The equatorial fluorine atoms have a bond angle of 102° instead of the actual angle of 120°.