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Why does H3PO3 acts as a reducing agent but H3PO4 does not?

H3PO3 contains one P H bond and hence acts as a reducing agent but H3PO4 does.

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Trisilyl amine, N(SiH3)3 is planar whereas trimethyl amines N(CH3)3 is pyramidal. Explain why?.














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