How can we compare the bond angles of 
NH3 , NH3+ and NH3-.
What basically is a coordinate bond?

Asked by Amyra B | 1st Oct, 2014, 07:54: AM

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Solution for your first query:
Did you mean NH3, NH4+ and NH2- instead of NH3, NH3+, NH3-?
The bond angle for NH3 is 107o
The bond angle for NH4+ is 109.5o
The bond angle for NH2- 104.5o

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Answered by Prachi Sawant | 1st Oct, 2014, 05:11: PM