Coordinated Covalent Bond
What is covalency?
What type of bonding exists in ion?
The correct sequence of decrease in the bond angles of the following hydrides is
NH3> AsH3> PH3> SbH3
SbH3> AsH3> PH3> NH3
PH3> NH3> AsH3> SbH3
NH3> PH3> AsH3> SbH3
The hybridization of the chlorine atom in molecule is:
A simple example of a coordinate covalent bond is exhibited by
What is the shape of Xenon difluoride?
Chemical nitrogen is more reactive than atmospheric nitrogen.
- gaining of electrons
- forming ions
- sharing an electron pair
- transfer of electrons
What are the terms defined by the following:
A bond formed by a shared pair of electrons with both electrons coming from the same atom.
(i) CCl−3 (ii) CCl2
(iii) (SiH3)2O (iv) N(SiH3)3
- (i), (ii)
- (i), (iii)
- (ii), (iii)
Choose the right answer(s):
Pick the strongest and the weakest acid among the following :
What is the physical state of water at— (a)25∘C
- Covalent & coordinate
- adduct of NH3 and BH3
What is the primary requirement for a compound to be a good conductor of electricity?
Presence of free electrons
Presence of free ions
Compound should have covalent bonds
- ionic and covalent.
- covalent and coordinate.
- only covalent.
- only ionic.
- None of these.
H-bonding is maximum in _____
Ph - OH
Ph - COOH
CH3 - CO - CH3
Point out the mistakes in the following and correct them:
- Sharing of electrons
- Transfer of electrons
- Donation of electrons
- None of these process
- unequally shared between the two similar fluorine atoms.
- completely transferred from one fluorine atom to the other.
- there is no interaction between the two fluorine atoms.
- equally shared between the two fluorine atoms.