using lewis structures to describe your reasoning, Chemistry

(a) Using Lewis structures to describe your reasoning, describe why the following ions have different bond angles: ClO2- and NO2-

(b) Given that the spatial arrangement of a non-bonding pair of electrons is greater than that  of a bonding pair, describe why the XeF2 molecule is linear and not bent.

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