5. What is the hybridization of the oxygen atoms in SO2? airs of electrons are in the o-framework of a. Sulfur dioxide, SO2, has a total of 9 pairs of electrons. How many p SO2? b. How many bonding π electrons are there? c. How many non-bonding π electrons are there? d. How many electrons are there on either terminal atom that are not shared with the central atom? e. How many electrons are there on the central atoms that are not shared with the terminal atoms? f. How many electrons that are shared with the central and terminal atoms?

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5.
What is the hybridization of the oxygen atoms in SO2?
airs of electrons are in the o-framework of
a. Sulfur dioxide, SO2, has a total of 9 pairs of electrons. How many p
SO2?
b. How many bonding π electrons are there?
c. How many non-bonding π electrons are there?
d. How many electrons are there on either terminal atom that are not shared with the central atom?
e. How many electrons are there on the central atoms that are not shared with the terminal atoms?
f. How many electrons that are shared with the central and terminal atoms?

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5. What is the hybridization of the oxygen atoms in SO2? airs of electrons are in the o-framework of a. Sulfur dioxide, SO2, has a total of 9 pairs of electrons. How many p SO2? b. How many bonding π electrons are there? c. How many non-bonding π electrons are there? d. How many electrons are there on either terminal atom that are not shared with the central atom? e. How many electrons are there on the central atoms that are not shared with the terminal atoms? f. How many electrons that are shared with the central and terminal atoms?

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