why OOH bond angles in H2O2 is more in solid phases than gas phase
Asked by shubhamanand1369 | 26th May, 2020, 11:38: AM
Intermolecular interactions of solids are greater than intermolecular interaction in gases, So the bond length of O-O bond is less in solid-state, it leads to more lone pair -lone pair repulsions and bond angle is more in the solid-state as compared to the gaseous state.
Answered by Ravi | 29th May, 2020, 07:32: PM
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