What are pseudohalides?
Asked by philanthropist | 8th Sep, 2011, 07:50: PM
Pseudohalogen molecules are inorganic molecules of the general forms PsPs or PsX, where Ps is a pseudohalogen group such as cyanide, cyanate, thiocyanate and others, and X is a "true" halogen. Not all combinations are known to be stable. Examples of symmetrical pseudohalogens (PsPs) include cyanogen (CN)2, thiocyanogen (SCN)2, selenorhodane (SeCN)2, azidodithiocarbonate (N3CS2)2.
Answered by | 8th Sep, 2011, 08:25: PM
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