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Asked by Prasad

May 19, 2014

Which among O2+ and O2- is more stable. Explain?

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Asked by Ambati

May 31, 2014

why H2O is liquid and H2S is gas at room temperature?

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May 28, 2014

Why He2 molecule does not exists?

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May 28, 2014

Why the shape of NF3 is pyramidal while the shape of BF3 is triangular planar?

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Asked by Ambati

May 9, 2014

which has more bond dissociation energy&why.

O2+ or O2 ?

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Mar 22, 2015

Predict the shape of the PH3 molecule according to VSEPR theory.

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Asked by Sunny Mathew

Sep 16, 2014

what is the hybrisation of central atom in XeF4?

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Asked by P Murali Krishna

May 4, 2015

Boiling point of  p-nitrophenol is more than O- nitrophenol. Why?

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Asked by Prasad

May 19, 2014

Why LiI is more covalent than LiF ?Explain?

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According to Fajan’s rule “with the increase in size of anion the covalent character in a molecule increases”. With the increase in size of the anion th...

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Asked by Vinaya Murali

Sep 21, 2014

WHAT ARE THE SALIENT FEATURES OF VSEPR THEORY?

According to the VSEPR theory, every atom in a molecule will adopt geometry such that the repulsion between the valence electrons in the atoms is minimal. And the electron pairs prefer to occupy maximum distanc...

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