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6. a. What is the geometry around the carbons with two single bonds and one double
bond (e.g. vinyl chloride)? The bonds are in three directions. In the molecule, the bonds around a carbon are in the
same plane and the angles between them are about 120°. b. How does this geometry differ from that of a carbon with the tetrahedral

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