Chemistry Practice Problems Bond Angles Practice Problems Solution: Butadiene, C4H6, is a planar molecule that has the...

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Solution: Butadiene, C4H6, is a planar molecule that has the following carbon-carbon bond lengths:Predict the bond angles around each of the carbon atoms and sketch the molecule.

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Butadiene, C4H6, is a planar molecule that has the following carbon-carbon bond lengths:
The figure shows a molecule with the following structure: H2CCHCHCH2, with a double bond between the first and the second and also between the third and the fourth carbon atoms. The bond between the second and the third carbon atoms is single and has the length of 1.48 angstroms. Each double bond has the length of 1.34 angstroms.
Predict the bond angles around each of the carbon atoms and sketch the molecule.