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IN H2+ H HAS ONE ELECTRON BUT H+ HAS NO ELECTRON THEN HOW ORBITALS OVERLAP TO FORM H2+?

IN H2+ H HAS ONE ELECTRON BUT H+ HAS NO ELECTRON THEN HOW ORBITALS OVERLAP TO FORM  H2+?

Grade:12

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AskiitianExpert Shine
10 Points
12 years ago

Hi

H2+ is not formed by the overlapping of the orbitals of H and H+ , but first the H2 is formed by the addition of two H atoms and then the molecule loses an electron to form H2+ .

ne of the process in which H2+ is formed is given in the following link www.sciencedirect.com/science .

 

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