Are CH3- and CH3+ iso-structural pairs? Why??
Asked by atulpd | 29th Mar, 2018, 10:42: PM
No, they are not isostructural.
The compounds are isistructural when they differ only in nature of cation.
Isoelectronic compounds usually have similar chemical structures.
Answered by Varsha | 31st Mar, 2018, 12:47: PM
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