Marcel Drawec
Marcel Drawec voted up Ray Dart's answer

This is a question way beyond a normal Q&A site. There is a lot of help out there,  but you need to understand orbitals and chemical bonding in detail first. I am assuming that you are studying higher level chemistry (Or perhaps physics, it was my physics lecturer that introduced me to orbital hybridisation - … Read more

Marcel Drawec
Marcel Drawec voted up Ray Dart's answer

This is a question way beyond a normal Q&A site. There is a lot of help out there,  but you need to understand orbitals and chemical bonding in detail first. I am assuming that you are studying higher level chemistry (Or perhaps physics, it was my physics lecturer that introduced me to orbital hybridisation - … Read more

Marcel Drawec
Marcel Drawec voted up The Z.'s answer

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