Problem: PI3Cl2 is a nonpolar molecule. Based on this information, determine the I-P-I bond angle, the Cl-P-Cl bond angle, and the I-P-Cl bond angle.Enter the number of degrees of the I-P-I , Cl-P-Cl, and I-P-Cl bond angles, separated by commas (e.g., 30,45,90)

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PI3Cl2 is a nonpolar molecule. Based on this information, determine the I-P-I bond angle, the Cl-P-Cl bond angle, and the I-P-Cl bond angle.

Enter the number of degrees of the I-P-I , Cl-P-Cl, and I-P-Cl bond angles, separated by commas (e.g., 30,45,90)

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