What are homodiatomic , heterodiatomic, homotriatomic, heterotriatomic
Asked by Andydwaghmare17 | 19th Jul, 2017, 10:16: AM
Homodiatomic means a diatomic molecule with two atoms of same elements.
Heterodiatomic means a diatomic molecule with two atoms of different elements.
Homotriatomic means a triatomic molecule with three of same elements.
Heterotriatomic mens a triatomic molecule with at least one atom from the three atoms is of different element.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 20th Jul, 2017, 10:25: AM
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