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Grade: 11
        
examples of electron deficient and precise hydrides
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Arun
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261-1643_2.gif is the type of hydride in which the no. of electrons present are more than the no. of electron required for making octet. For example- NH3Electron rich hydride4 is the type of hydride in which the number of electrons present is equal to the number of electron required (octet or duplet). For example- CH electron precise hydrideWhile3Elements of this group have 3 valence electrons and therefore can only form bonds with 3 hydrogen atoms. After forming 3 bonds, the central atom has only 6 electron around it which is 2 electrons short than Which is require for completing octet.And these hydrides cannot be represented by simple Lewis structure, these have tendency to accept electrons as electrone deficient. For example BHelectron deficient hydrides. (Compounds with hydrogen), mainly Hydrides of Al and B are called Group 13 hydrides
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