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What is the molecular geometry surrounding the carbon atom in CI4? (This compound contains the elements caron and iodine, not chlorine.)

trigonal planer
pyramidal (trigonal pyramidal)
bent (angular)

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    I assume you means carbon and not caron.
    CI4 is tetrahedral.

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