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What is the bond angle of ph3?
Last Updated: 18th January, 2020
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Beside this, what is the ideal bond angle in ph3?
In ammonia sp3 hybridization occurs .So itsbondangle should have been 109°28' . But due to thepresence oflone pair it is slightly less. So it was expected thatthe anglein PH3 will also be approximately same. But , itwas found tobe around 90°.
Secondly, what is the shape of ph3? In case of PH3, ans is sp3 with one lone pairsoit is pyramidal shaped. .
Simply so, what is the bond angle of phosphine?
Structure of Phosphine The bond angle H-P-H is = 93°. On theotherhand, ammonia has pyramidal geometry with a bond angleof107.80. Thus, we see that both these chemicals haveacomparative bond angle. Phosphorus is lesselectronegativethan nitrogen.
Why bond angle of pf3 is greater than ph3?
While the bond angle of PH3 islessthan that of PF3. Both PH3 and PF3arepyramidal in shape. The bond angle is more in PF?3 duetolone pair-bond pair repulsion. As flourine is smallerinsize and more electronegative than hydrogen, thebondpair of electrons is towards F.