1.45(a)Carbon is sp3-hybridized when it is directly bonded to four other atoms. Compounds (a) and(d) in Problem 1.43 are the only ones in which allof the carbons are sp3-hybridized.(b)Carbon is sp2-hybridized when it is directly bonded to three other atoms. Compounds (f), (g),and (j) in Problem 1.43 have only sp2-hybridized carbons.None of the compounds in Problem 1.43 contain an sp-hybridized carbon.1.46The problem specifes that the second-row element is sp3-hybridized in each of the compounds. Anyunshared electron pairs therefore occupy sp3-hybridized oribitals, and bonded pairs are located insorbitals.(a)Ammonia(e)Borohydride anion(b)Water(f)Amide anion(c)Hydrogen Fuoride
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