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F2PH3 Bonding
« on: January 27, 2008, 02:55:14 PM »
Just practising for my exam and struggling to answer thsi question:
Give an explanation using VSEPR theory and relative atomic propertie for why fluorine atoms in F2PH3 are axial to eachother?
Give an explanation with aid of MO diagram why fluorine atoms in F2PH3 tran to eachother? Any help appreciated. Thanks.

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