What is the molecular geometry of CBr4 group of answer choices?
= There are two types of bonds in ethanol. The C-H bonds are nonpolar covalent. = Ethanol is both polar and nonpolar.
C2H5OH is a covalent compound and does not break up into ions when dissolved in water.
PbCl2 is ionic but PbCl4 is covalent why. According to Fajan’s rule, greater the charge on the cation, more is its ability to polarize the bonding electrons towards itself giving the compound a higher covalent character. PbCl has a greater charge and hence is covalent. As charge on Pb is less in PbCl.
Is CBr4 covalent?
All carbon halides with only 1 carbon atom, including the carbon tetrabromide(CBr4) share a similar structure, the tetrahedral shape.