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ED geometry: 2 electron domains

Linear

< is 180º

ED geometry: 3 electron domains

Trigonal Planar

< is 120º

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ED geometry: 4 electron domains

Tetrahedral

< is 109.5º

ED geometry: 5 electron domains

Trigonal Bipyramidal

< is 90º or 120º

ED geometry: 6 electron domains

Octahedral

< is 90º

molecular geometry: 2 electron domains

Linear

molecular geometry: 3 electron domains

Trigonal Planar

molecular geometry: 3 electron domains with 1 lone pair

Bent linear

molecular geometry: 3 electron domains with 2 lone pairs

Linear

molecular geometry: 4 electron domains

Tetrahedral

molecular geometry: 4 electron domains with 1 lone pair

Trigonal Pyramidal

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molecular geometry: 4 electron domains with 2 lone pairs

Bent Linear

molecular geometry: 5 electron domains

Trigonal Bipyramidal

molecular geometry: 5 electron domains with 1 lone pair

Seesaw

molecular geometry: 5 electron domains with 2 lone pairs

T-shaped

molecular geometry: 5 electron domains with 3 lone pairs

Linear

molecular geometry: 6 electron domains

Octahedral

molecular geometry: 6 electron domains with 1 lone pair

Square Pyramidal

molecular geometry: 6 electron domains with 2 lone pairs

Square Planar

molecular geometry: 6 electron domains with 3 lone pairs

Trigonal Planar

molecular geometry: 6 electron domains with 4 lone pairs

Linear

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