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Why does S(CH 3)2 does not exist? is drago rule is applied there & how ?Since “S” is forming bond with “C” so why drago rule is considered?

Why does S(CH3)2  does not exist? is drago rule is applied there & how ?Since “S” is forming bond with “C” so why drago rule is considered?

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
6 years ago
S(CH3) does exists.
Its an angular function with having 90 degree angle approaching.
Just like Oxygen in b/w the two CH3 groups it has bent / V -shape structure otherwie sae.
And Drago Rule is used to calculate the total formal charge over any atom.

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