Problem: The molecule of the type ML4 consists of four single bonds and no lone pairs. What structure is it expected to assume? A) square planar B) trigonal planar C) trigonal pyramidal D) tetrahedral

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The molecule of the type ML4 consists of four single bonds and no lone pairs. What structure is it expected to assume?

A) square planar

B) trigonal planar

C) trigonal pyramidal

D) tetrahedral

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