Is atomicity of all metals is only 1?
Asked by sudhanshutiwari9889 | 29th Sep, 2020, 10:42: PM
The total number of atoms in the molecules of an element is called atomicity.
Inert gases like helium, neon etc are monoatomic.
Hydrogen, Oxygen atc are diatomic.
Ozone is triatomic.
Phosphorus(P4) is tetratomic.
So, you can see that atomicity can not be always 1.
Answered by Ravi | 30th Sep, 2020, 02:53: PM
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