[SOLVED] directional bonding


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I was wondering how I could determine if a molecule has directional bonding or non-direction bonding? Is it determined by the shape of a molecule?
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It is determined by the hybridization of the bonding orbital. An 's' orbital is omnidirectional. All others are directional.
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Okay. Thank you.


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