(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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No, as far as we have been taught, bond angles are contingent on the molecular geometry. Whether or not one of the bonds is a single, double, triple, or resonance blend, it will still count only as one X atom stemming from the central A atom. BF3 and SO3 have the same bond angles 120 due to trigonal planar molecular shape but different bond angles due to the fact that double bonds are shorter than single bonds.
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