The work has not been graded but I like the output that was submitted to me. Is it possible for the same prof to do the next assignment I will be submitting? If possible, I will greatly appreciate it.
so I need to assign the hybridizations for a molecule.
I remember from lecture, our prof said
that if there is possibility of delocalization of electrons through resonance that can lead to formation of a double bond on one atom, that atom’s hybridization will be an SP2 instead of an SP3. I have attached pictures of two molecules as examples. however, when I was watching “the organic chemistry tutor”s video on this topic, he did not consider this and assigned SP3 to the N atom. could you please assign the hybridization on N atom in the two pictures and explain to me how I can determine this by myself?
thank in advance
A famous drug which is marketed for itsfamous “side effect”… Assign hybridizations!This chemicalRosmula belongs to viagra. a-72CH32ZspeHaC- N:ZIO2Sp2CH32CH3hiliteresonance
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