What is the molecular geometry of a diatomic molecule?

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Jun 28, 2016

Answer:

The molecular geometry of a diatomic molecule, any diatomic molecule, is linear.

Explanation:

Whatever the electronic structure of dinitrogen, its structure must be linear, as it is composed of two atoms bound together by strong chemical bonds. Chemists represent the dinitrogen molecule as #:N-=N:#.