What is the geometry of ch3+?
Similarly, what is the bond angle of ch3+?
The carbon atom in the ion CH+3 is sp2 hybridized carbon and therefore, the geometry around this atom is trigonal planar. In this case, the H−C−H bond angle is 120∘ .
Beside above, is ch3 trigonal planar? CH3- is trigonal pyramidal with bond angles of slightly less than 109.5 degrees because of the lone pair, like the other molecules you mentioned. The solution manual for 3.13 d also says that it is less than 109.5.
Secondly, what is the hybridization of ch3+?
Actually, the hybridization of CH3+ is sp2, and the hybridization of CF3+ is sp3. In CH3+ there are 3 bond pairs and one free electron, that's the reason for the reactivity of it.
Is ch3+ a pyramidal?
CH3+ is planar whereas CH3- is pyramidal.