The maximum covalency of sulphur is_______

Answer:

The maximum covalency of sulphur is six.

Maximum covalency = maximum number of electrons in the valence shell = group number

In the excited state, sulphur has six unpaired electrons and shows a valency of six

Example in SF6

 Thus, an element can show a maximum covalency equal to its group number.

 

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