This is an example of a square planar molecule that contains 2 lone pairs. The lone pairs are located at the bottom and top of the molecule, forcing the other atoms to create 90° angles between them and line up in a 2-dimensional structure. This particular molecule is iodine chloride, ICl4. The lewis dot structure is composed of 36 valence electrons, 4 bonding locations, and 2 lone pairs on the central atom. Some other examples you can try are XeF4 and SF4.