how and why are p-oh bonds responsible for bascity? and p-h bonds responsible for reducing character. explain me detaily
Asked by my3shyll | 7th May, 2018, 06:43: PM
In P-H bond, it is directly bonded to the phosphorous atom, hence non-ionizable which imparts reducing character to acid.
In case of P-OH bond, the hydrogen is attached to oxygen atom hence ionizable and are acidic.
Answered by Ramandeep | 10th May, 2018, 06:06: PM
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