**Q1: **

Which of the following has T-shaped molecular geometry?

- A
- B
- C
- D
- E

**Q2: **

What is the molecular geometry of ?

- AOctahedral
- BSquare planar
- CTetrahedral
- DTrigonal planar
- ETrigonal pyramidal

**Q3: **

Consider the Lewis structure of water:

What is the electron-pair geometry?

- ATrigonal pyramidal
- BTrigonal planar
- CSquare planar
- DTetrahedral
- EBent

What is the molecular geometry?

- ABent
- BTrigonal pyramidal
- CLinear
- DTetrahedral
- ESquare planar

**Q4: **

Sulfur tetrafluoride, , is extremely valuable for the preparation of fluorine-containing compounds used as herbicides (i.e., is used as a fluorinating agent).

What is its electron-pair geometry?

- ASquare pyramidal
- BTetrahedral
- CSquare planar
- DTrigonal bipyramidal
- EOctahedral

What is its molecular geometry?

- ASeesaw
- BTrigonal bipyramidal
- CSquare planar
- DTetrahedral
- EOctahedral

**Q5: **

What is the electron pair geometry of each of the following molecules or ions?

- ASquare pyramidal
- BHexagonal planar
- CSquare bipyramidal
- DOctahedral
- EIcosahedral

- ATrigonal bipyramidal
- BOctahedral
- CPentagonal planar
- DSquare pyramidal
- ETetrahedral

- ATetrahedral
- BBent
- CLinear
- D
- ETrigonal

- ATrigonal planar
- BTetrahedral
- CTrigonal pyramidal
- DBent
- ET-shaped

**Q6: **

What is the difference between electron-pair geometry and molecular geometry?

- AElectron-pair geometry accounts for outer-shell electrons as well as atoms, while molecular geometry is concerned with inner-shell electrons.
- BMolecular geometry accounts for lone pairs as well as atoms, while electron-pair geometry is concerned only with the atoms.
- CMolecular geometry is concerned with the rough shape of the entire molecule, while electron-pair geometry is concerned with the geometry around a single atom.
- DElectron-pair geometry accounts for lone pairs as well as atoms, while molecular geometry is concerned only with the atoms.
- EElectron-pair geometry accounts for inner-shell electrons as well as outer-shell electrons, while molecular geometry is concerned only with the atoms.