(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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When there are lone pairs involved in the molecule, the resulting bond angles will usually be "less than" a specific number, and we don't have to memorize the actual values specifically.
I think we just need to know the angles for the basic geometry (electron density geometry) because those values are known and consistent I believe (like 90, 120, 180 degrees). For the electron density geometry, I think we just need to know how the lone pairs affect the bond angles.
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