(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Hi all, when determining the bond angle for a molecule that has, say, the VSEPR formula AX2E, meaning it has a bent shape with one lone electron pair, do we need to know the exact bond angle or is it enough to know that the bond angle will be less than 120 degrees because of the extra repelling force of the lone pair?
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