## What is the point group of XeF4?

D4h

XeF4’s point group is D4h; therefore, by group theory, it is known the symmetry elements the molecule posses are: E, 2C4, C2, 2C2′, 2C2”, i, 2S4, σh, 2σv’, 2σd”. The geometry of this molecule is square planar, and its z-axis coincides with the C4 axis (principal axis).

## Does XeF4 have an inversion Centre?

The operation is to move every atom in the molecule in a straight line through the inversion center to the opposite side of the molecule. Therefore XeF4 possesses an inversion center at the Xe atom.

**What is the point group of pcl5?**

PCl5 contains a C3 main rotation axis and 3 perpendicular C2 axes. There are 3 σv planes and a σh plane. Hence PCl5 belongs to the D3h point group.

**Why is XeF4 square planar?**

The shape of XeF4 is square planar. The central Xe atom has 4 bond pairs of electrons and two lone pairs of electrons. It undergoes sp3d2 hybridization which results in octahedral electron geometry and square planar molecular geometry.

### How many unique rotational axes are there in an XeF4 molecule?

the XeF4 contains one C4 rotation axis, one C2 rotation axis, and four C2 perpendicular rotation axis, 2σv planes, 2σd planes and 1σh plane, those composed the character table of the D4h Point group.

### What is the point group of clf3?

So here we have a Clf three and it has two lone pair of electrons and its T shaped. Okay, so the point group here is C two B.

**Which of the following belongs to the C3v point group?**

The CHCl_3 molecule belongs to the point group C3v.

**Which is the correct shape and hybridization of XeF4?**

Hybridization of XeF4 (Xenon Tetrafluoride)

Name of the Molecule | Xenon Tetrafluoride |
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Molecular Formula | XeF4 |

Hybridization Type | sp3d2 |

Bond Angle | 90o or 180o |

Shape | Square Planar |