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Priyanka Pavithran Grade: 11
        

how can we predict the hybridisation of nitrogen in NH4+??


plz explain the geometry of the molecule...........

6 years ago

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Souradeep Majumder
80 Points
										

I THINK ITS HYBRIDIZATION IS SP3..........................   IN OUTERMOST SHELL N HAS 5 ATOMS.........  1 POSITIVE CHARGE...........  4 HYDROGEN ATOMS...............  SO HYBVRIDIZATION IS 1/2(5+4-1) THAT IS 4...SO SP3


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6 years ago
piyush narang
18 Points
										

it is sp3 hybrid.................. here we can use the frmula 1\2(N+B-c) where N is no. of valence e- in central atom, b is no. of atoms surrounding it & c is total charge on atom................


using the frmula we get 1\2(5+4-1) = 4 hence sp3 hybridized

6 years ago
Ruchi fanyan
11 Points
										Hybridisation is sp3 of NH4 because in outermost shel it have 5 valence electrons and big positive charge and it have four hydrogen atom that is attached to it so formula to calculate hybridisation is 1/2(5+4-1) is equal to 4 so it is sp3
										
5 months ago
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