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 inacWhat Stereochemically inactive s orbital??? In which. Of the following species the lone pair resides 
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Saurabh Koranglekar
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In which of the following species ... Kindly completr the question and repost

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Arun
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Question is incomplete. Please check and repost the question. You can also attach an image.
 
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Vikas TU
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Dear student 
I think the question is complete.
In VSEPR theory, these stereochemically inactive lone pairs are rationalised by placing them in an s-orbital, which is non-directional. An electron pair in an s-orbital has a spherically symmetric electron density, and hence cannot influence the shape of a molecule. However, it is not exactly the orbital that is stereochemically (in)active, it is the electrons, and hence the more frequently seen term is "stereochemically (in)active lone pair".
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