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Grade: 11
        The total number of electrons that take part in forming the bonding in N2 is 

a. 2
b. 4
c. 6
d. 10
5 years ago

Answers : (2)

Kevin Nash
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332 Points
							Sol. N2 has triple bond and each covalent bond is associated with one pair of electrons, therefore, six electrons are involved in forming bonds in N2.
						
5 years ago
Prakash kumar
13 Points
							
The ans is 6 because in n2 there is a tripe bond and as we know the nitrogen have 5 electrons in their valance shell.so it need 3 more electron in order to attain nobal gas configration.so 3_3 electrons of both nitrogen takes part in forming n2 molecules.....and hence no. Of electron take part in forming the bond is 3+3=6
one year ago
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