what is the hybridisation of Fe2O?
It's ionic compound
And there are two oxides fe2o3 or fe3o4
sorry the compound is Fe2SeO my mistake
Bro can I have the printed question because I dont think this is correct.
Yes this is something I have never heard or seen. I request you to attach printed question.
If you think it is correct. I'm guessing it is sp3
8/2=4 i.e sp3 this way?
I do hybridisation by a different way bro. A trick given by my teacher which works fascinatingly well for all mono-centred molecules.
No.of valence e- + no.of H * 7 + charge of anion (if exists) + charge on cation (if exists) /8
Aayush you are right
Bro sp3 is correct?
yes how did u do
another one IO2F2 (-)
This is how I did it. Add valence electrons of all three atoms. Divide by 8. It is a trick and I suggest that you start using it. Beware that it does not work for molecules with two or more central atom
i request you if you have any other trick of any topics which is not known but useful like this.pls post it.after knwing the trick i could do this.where did u get this trick by your fiitjee teacher or from any book
Teachers are always greater than any book. No book can match the satisfaction of being taught by a teacher. @Shreyash_Panchal1
Another trick is for MO
Easy way to find bond order. This has been uploaded on youtube also. You can watch there. You will understand better.
Remains sp3 right?
is BH3 and B2H6 both sp3
I think when B2H6 is dissolved in THF it forms [BH3(THF)] complex which is also sp3