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When $\ce{XeF6}$ acts as a fluoride acceptor, $\ce{XeF7-}$ is formed. What is the hybridisation, geometry, and shape of $\ce{XeF7-}$?

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About the geometry and shape:

Source: Housecroft, Sharpe, Inorganic Chemistry, Pearson Education Limited, 2005

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  • $\begingroup$ As we know that XeF6 has a lone pair of electron then what happens to that lone pair of electron when XeF6 reacts with F-? $\endgroup$ – Smit Patel May 4 at 18:08

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