In lone pair effect of oxygen atom
When H+combines with H2O why the hydronium ion gets positive charge
Asked by lovemaan5500 | 22nd Nov, 2017, 06:38: AM
oxygen in the water molecule has the lone pair of electrons, oxygen donates its lone pair to H+ ions which has lack of electrons and formed positively charged hydronium ion
Answered by Ramandeep | 22nd Nov, 2017, 10:42: AM
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