In my chemistry course we are told that molecular geometry considers only atoms as part of the shape, while electronic geometry considers atoms and electrons as part of the shape. However, I can't find any difference between the two shapes for methane online. All I can find is this:
It confuses me that there can even be another shape for this because isn't the molecular geometry already take into consideration the fact that each molecular wants to be as far away from one another as possible? What is the difference in shape between electronic and molecular geometry?