Are the bond angles in water, and carbon tetrachloride the same?
Only to a first approximation?
In water, the equivalent
Both molecules are formally
How would you describe the geometry of
Bond angles are different between
Both molecule have
In contrast, water(
Therefore, angle between lone pairs must be larger than
Bond angle between two
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