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The most efficient shape for the bonding of carbon and hydrogen, in methane, is: a. Linear c. Tetrahedral b. Planar d. Benzene ring structure
The most efficient shape for the bonding of carbon and hydrogen, in methane, is: Tetrahedral.
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The most efficient shape for the bonding of carbon and hydrogen, in methane, is: Tetrahedral.
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