Subject: Is sulfur hybridized in S(CH3)2? in such case, what is the hibridization?
Date: Mon Jun 11 20:14:08 2001
Posted by Carlos
Grade level: undergrad
City: México State/Province: D.F.
Area of science: Chemistry
It is known that the angle between methyl groups in dimethyl sulfide is 93.4
deg. The VSEPR theory says that's because non-bonding electron repulsion. But
this angle also points to a non-hybridized sulfur atom. what do you think?
Re: Is sulfur hybridized in S(CH3)2? in such case, what is the hibridization?
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