(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Molecular geometry is off of one central atom, so you can have molecules with more than one "central atom", but the geometry would be for one atom as the center. For example, if you have CH3OCH3, the molecular geometry would be bent as O is the center of the entire atom. You could say that each C has a tetrahedral shape, but that information wouldn't be useful in determining wether or not that molecule is polar.
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