though nitrogen exhibits +5 oxdn state
it does not form pentahalide why (2m)
Asked by niharikapabba2605 | 16th Jul, 2018, 09:51: PM
Due to absence of d-orbital its covalency get restricted and it does not form pentahalide.
Answered by Ramandeep | 17th Jul, 2018, 11:33: AM
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