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Eileen Si 1G
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Does anyone know if it will matter whether or not we say "bent" or "angular" to describe certain VSEPR models on the test?
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He taught us as bent so I would used that term instead of angular
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I doubt it would matter but I would go with bent
Brynne Burrows 3K
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Just to be safe, I would suggest using bent as he taught us.
Kallista McCarty 1C
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I think either would work, but I would use bent since that what Lavelle and all the TAs have been using!
Mandeep Garcha 2H
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They have been saying bent, but the book says angular so I think either would work.
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Stick with bent as it is the term that is mostly used. Perhaps more concise in terms of what Lavelle is looking for.
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Either will work as long as you use the word for right shape. In class, Professor uses bent so you can go with bent if it is easier for you.
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