Help with ap chem-Hybridization!!!?

i’m just confused with what this looks like:

F3S-SF

2 Answers

  • Yes, that’s weird. The sulfur on the left is sp3d hybridized (as it exceeds the octet rule by two electrons). The one on the right is sp3 hybridized, as it follows the octet rule with no multiple bonds. Use this information to determine the molecular geometry.

  • are the molecular structures [SF5]+ 2?

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