Subject: How does mercury bond in C2H3HgN?
Date: Wed May 11 01:27:22 2005
Posted by Jadelicia
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Area of science: Chemistry
I have studied hybridization and such, and looked at how things bond together
using hybridization theory. I am attempting to apply this to chipcote, C2H3HgN,
but I'm unsure of how the Hg forms two single bonds and why (I don't see how
this would give it a full valence shell).
Re: How does mercury bond in C2H3HgN?
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