Problem: Which is not a possible shape for molecules with trigonal bipyramidal electron group arrangements? (a) Trigonal planar (b) Linear (c) See-saw (d) T-shaped (e) All the above shapes are possible.

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Which is not a possible shape for molecules with trigonal bipyramidal electron group arrangements?

(a) Trigonal planar

(b) Linear

(c) See-saw

(d) T-shaped

(e) All the above shapes are possible.

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