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Posted by john on Saturday, May 24, 2008 at 4:05pm.

what is the molecular geometry of trans-difluroethylene: trans-C2H2F2?

i want to say it is a tetrahedral because it has four atoms and no lone pairs, but im not sure.

the bond angles of this is 109.5 and that is is the bond angles for tetrahedrals so is it good to conclude that this structure is a tetrahedral

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