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whats a relatively small molecule with 5 different bond angles and a triple bond?

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are there answer choices?? i read into this and i got some stuff.. idk tho if they're right.. maybe its a covalent bond? or a bent bond? and they say bent bonds are also known as banana bonds... idk if thats helpful... so sorry if its not! but lemme know what the actual answer is later so i know! :) good luck :)
no it's a general question, my friend's brother was given an assignment (high school) to make a model of a molecule with those features, i was just wondering if anyone had any special/cool molecules. He went with a cyano benzene derivative. lol banana bond? haha oh you.
oh okay hahaha was cyan benzene derivative right?? and lol yeah idk i found that online haha :P and yeahhh, lol ya know me... :P

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