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Problem 2.1
For each pair of compounds below, predict the hybridization of the lone pair, and
specify the percentage of s and p character. Then rank the compounds in order of
decreasing basicity.
B
A
C
:ÖH

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Problem 2.1 For each pair of compounds below, predict the hybridization of the lone pair, and specify the percentage of s and p character. Then rank the compounds in order of decreasing basicity. B A C :ÖH

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