(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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The VESPR theory applies to radicals, and they can be counted as electron densities. For example, in CH3 you have 7 total electrons it's going to be a trigonal planar you're going to have the Carbon as the central atom that is bonded to 3 H's and then you have one electron (unpaired lone pair) on the central atom of carbon.
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