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bharat singh Grade:
        

explain  the hybridisation of N2o

6 years ago

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
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Dear bharat,


Since formal charge simply determines the hierarchy of possibilities, the terminal N has a formal charge of -1 and oxygen has a formal charge of 0. In the most probably structure the negative formal charge will be on the most electronegative element.

Therefore, there is a slightly greater probability that there will be a nitrogen-nitrogen triple bond than a nitrogen-nitrogen double bond.Since it forms either two double bonds or a single and a triple bond It must have two unhybridized p-orbitals, and therefore it must be sp hybridized.





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