Didn't read NCERT
I am not sure but I think the second equation that I wrote is more in accordance with the true structure of borax. So remember both. Somehow the question will probably give a hint as to which reaction you have to use.
@Soumyadeep @Supreeta_Sen @Chirag_Hegde @Mayank_Chowdhary
How to know which product to consider? O2 or O3?
Can’t we just say
5F2 + 5H2O = 10HF + O2+ O3??
solves the confusion I guess?
Coz just by looking we cannot differentiate.
Also, the second reaction isnt in NCERT right?
What is the second compound called?
Or chlorosyl chlorate
No sis. I meant the second reactant.
BTW we have to study oxides of chlorine right?
@arush_kumar_singh @Supreeta_Sen @Soumyadeep @Chirag_Hegde
Is pseudo halogen and polyhalides there in syllabus? Is it ok to leave it?
Ohh. Don’t know for sure, some places say chlorine fluorosulphate
Also, does this mean its Cl^+ [ClO_4]^-?
Also, please answer post 89
It’s like this
Sorry bro, don’t know about the pseudo halogen thing.
@Supreeta_Sen @arush_kumar_singh @Chirag_Hegde
What's the answer
I'm not getting an integer
What did you get as the number of sp3 hybridized centres
I'm getting 4
I am getting x=10,y=4,z=1
Also about this pseudo halides are compounds containing at least one N-atom ... Had this written somewhere because long ago one direct question had come in exam .I also don't know much about them
Wouldn't it be 12?
Both if them are attached to 12 h2o
So one of them will have a weaker h2o linkage
Water molecule ka O is also sp3 right.
Yeah even I thought x would be 12
Bro, how to get x=10