Which is the neutral covalent compound having only one lone pair of electrons?

Asked by  | 18th Mar, 2008, 05:35: PM

Expert Answer:

 covalent cpd having lone pair of electrons have slight negative charge on the element having lone pair of electrons as shared electron pair is slightly displaced towards it                    bt     in turn other atoms aquire slight positive charge                     making the covalent cpd always neutral

Answered by  | 21st Apr, 2008, 08:39: PM

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