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Subject: Whats up with the Lewis dot structure of sulfate?

Date: Fri Jan 21 21:20:45 2000
Posted by Josh Scully
Grade level: teacher/prof School: Greenhills School
City: Ann Arbor State/Province: MI Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Chemistry
ID: 948511245.Ch

I Would like to have the structure of "covalent coordinate" molecules 
explained in terms of either molecular orbitals or hybridizations. 
Specifically, I am interested in the sulfate ion and carbond monoxide. I 
am not interested in hearing terms like "filling the valence shell" or " 
becoming like a noble gas". Thanks

Re: Whats up with the Lewis dot structure of sulfate?

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