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    Could someone explain the hybridization effect of orbitals??
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    Could someone explain the hybridization effect of orbitals??
    This looks okay: http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/~cch...20/hybrid.html
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    Could someone explain the hybridization effect of orbitals??
    Have a look at this youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxy...b_R5xoWoDFcWzw

    There is a good video on hybrid orbitals and other topics if you need it just a quick video to take you through it again
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    Your question is quite broad.

    What do you not particularly understand about orbitals?1. Their ordering.2. The reason they exist?
    3. Equations that define them?

    "I don't get orbitals" is a bit like saying "I am allergic to stuff" when in a restaurant and not enlightening with detail on the particulars...
 
 
 
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