(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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You treat regions of electron density as bonds or lone pairs. For bonds however, no matter what type of bond it is, like double, single, or triple, they are considered one region of electron density. So just because there is a double bond, it doesn't mean that it has 2 regions of electron density.
I think of regions of electron density just as another way to say a general area of a group of electrons, so on a molecule wherever either lone pairs or bonds are is a general area of a group electrons therefore regions of electron density.
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