(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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He will probably go over it in more depth next lecture, but the introduction of lone pairs onto the central atom of a molecule changes the shape. A good example of this is the tetrahedral shape, which is altered to a seesaw with the introduction of a lone pair on the central atom, as in TeCl4.
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