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Would you expect the Ge-N-C angle in the germanium analogue H3GeNCO to be bigger than or smaller than Si-N-C bond angle in H3SiNCO (158 degree) ? Explain?
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Would you expect the Ge-N-C angle in the germanium analogue H3GeNCO to be bigger than or smaller than Si-N-C bond angle in H3SiNCO (158 degree) ? Explain?
Ge is larger than Si ...

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