(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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The molecular structure can be linear if there are only electron pairs (no atoms) in the equatorial plane and only the axial atoms remain. In this case, the atoms would be at the max distance apart possible (the bond angle between then would be 180 degrees). Also, the electron repulsion would be minimized.
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