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Grade: 11
        
Number of lone pairs increases what happens to basic nature
7 months ago

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Arun
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It is all about the stability of lone pairs of atoms & completly independent upon the number of lone pare present. 

More stabilised lone pair prefer to remain inert towards coordination. Because the atom or molecule has the enough potential to keep them in their vicinity. So it is not shared with a lewis acid. 


For example Nitrogen is more basic than oxygen though oxygen has more lone pair than nitrogen. It is because the +ve charge density of oxygen is more as compared to nitrogen due to its small size which could stabilise the lone pairs. But the lone pair of nitrogen is not well stabilised by its nucleus. So it could be easily shared.
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