Top Bond

Geometry Level 4

The ball-and-stick model of methane consists of 1 central carbon (C) atom (blue) and 4 bonding hydrogen (H) atoms (red), forming a tetrahedral structure as shown in the picture. All the 4 C-H bonds are equivalent and form an angle of about 109.5 degrees to one another.

Approximately, how many times is the top H-atom higher than the C-atom from the floor?

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