Problem: What are the molecular geometries of the labeled carbon and nitrogen atoms in caffeine? a) trigonal pyramidal and tetrahedral b) trigonal pyramidal and trigonal planar c) trigonal planar and tetrahedral d) trigonal planar and trigonal pyramidal e) Tetrahedral and tetrahedral

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What are the molecular geometries of the labeled carbon and nitrogen atoms in caffeine?

a) trigonal pyramidal and tetrahedral

b) trigonal pyramidal and trigonal planar

c) trigonal planar and tetrahedral

d) trigonal planar and trigonal pyramidal

e) Tetrahedral and tetrahedral

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