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# Solution: A molecule with a seesaw molecular geometry has a bond angle ofA) &lt;120° for equatorial bonds and &lt;90 degree for axial bondsB) 180°C) &lt;90°D) 120° for equatorial bonds and 90° for axial bondsE) 120°

###### Problem

A molecule with a seesaw molecular geometry has a bond angle of

A) <120° for equatorial bonds and <90 degree for axial bonds

B) 180°

C) <90°

D) 120° for equatorial bonds and 90° for axial bonds

E) 120°

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