Welcome to Chem Zipper.com......: Consider Al2(OH)6 compound and calculate the value of (X+Y)/Z Where X= total number of two centre-two electrons (2C-2e) bond, Y= total number of three centre-two electron(3C-2e)bonds, and Z=total number of three centre-four electron (3C-4e) bond;

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Consider Al2(OH)6 compound and calculate the value of (X+Y)/Z Where X= total number of two centre-two electrons (2C-2e) bond, Y= total number of three centre-two electron(3C-2e)bonds, and Z=total number of three centre-four electron (3C-4e) bond;

 

Total number of two centre-two electrons (2C-2e) bonds(X)=6

Total number of three centre-two electron(3C-2e) bonds(Y)=4

Total number of three centre-four electron (3C-4e) bond(Z)=2

Hence (X+Y)/Z=(6+4)/2=5

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