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Please explain the hybridisation of N2O4

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This is the structure of N2O4 now to first count the no.of sigma bonds and no. of lone pairs in the any atom like in nitrogen in above case it has 3 sigma bonds so its hybridization is SP2 (3= 1*s +2*p)....

if the no of sigma bonds would have been 2 then hybridization would be sp and  the no of sigma bonds would have been 4 then hybridization would be sp3

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