(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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The electron density around lone pairs is more diffuse. Lone pairs essentially "take up more room" than electrons in bonds. As such, when two lone pairs are next to each other, the repulsion is greater. Then lone pairs next to bonds is not as much, and two bonds next to each other is less.
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