can orbitals formed through hybridisation be also called as degenerate orbitals as they have the same energy
Asked by Viswanath | 15th Aug, 2014, 11:26: AM
Yes. Hybridisation is a phenomenon of mixing of atomic orbitals which forms orbitals of the same energy and shape. These same energy orbitals are called as degenerate orbitals or hybrid orbitals.
Answered by Hanisha Vyas | 18th Aug, 2014, 10:59: AM
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