AP Chemistry 2

which combination of electronic geometries:
I. linear
II. trigonal planar
III. tetrahedral
IV. trigonal bypyramidal
V. octahedral
include all of the molecular
geometries with pyramidal structures?


1. II, III, IV, and V.
2. III and IV
3. III, IV, and V.
4. IV.
5. IV and V

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  1. 3) III, IV, and V

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