Problem: The fact that Pt(NH3)2Cl2 exists in two different isomeric forms offers evidence that the geometry is a) octahedralb) square planarc) tetrahedrald) trigonal planar

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The fact that Pt(NH3)2Cl2 exists in two different isomeric forms offers evidence that the geometry is 

a) octahedral

b) square planar

c) tetrahedral

d) trigonal planar

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