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Sodium amide is mainly used as a strong base in organic chemistry, often in liquid ammonia solution. Draw a dot & cross diagram to show the bonding in the amide ion. State and explain the shape of amide using the VSEPR theory. Estimate the H-N-H bond angle.
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Sodium amide is mainly used as a strong base in organic chemistry, often in liquid ammonia solution. Draw a dot & cross diagram to show the bonding in the amide ion.
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State and explain the shape of amide using the VSEPR theory.

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Estimate the H-N-H bond angle.
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Why don't you do your own homework?
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