Trigonal Pyramidal

Trigonal pyramidal is a molecular geometry model in chemistry that has one atom at the apex and three atoms at the base forming a tetrahedron. The atoms of a trigonal pyramidal species do not lie in the same plane and all bond angles formed are less than 109° (the angle of a tetrahedron). Generally, this bond angle is about 107°

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