Question #74c54

1 Answer
Nov 11, 2016

Here's what I know.


If you were to draw the Lewis dot structure for Selenium Hexafluoride, it looks like this:


Here is a video on how to do Lewis dot diagrams if you don't know how:

This would classify as:
#6 " bonds and "0" lone pairs of electron".#
This would classify as a square bipyramidal with geometry of angles 90 degrees.

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