I'm here to share with you something that totally confuses me, as I can't see the logic behind it, and my teacher doesn't know either.
Let's take a set of bonds that's trigonal pyramidal, with a lone pair of electrons and three bonds. The angle between the bonds is 107 degrees.
Now, the part where I get confused is if, say, we have one double and two single bonds (I know this makes the atom have 10 electrons, but just ignore that. It's not the point).
Now, in my brain, it would be logical that the double bonds, containing four electrons, would repel more than a single bond, containing just two. However, according to what I've been taught, it doesn't. What is that?