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Many p-block elements which are the first in their respective groups show $pπ-pπ$ multiple bonding. Why doesn't carbon do so?
asked May 10 '15 by Anoneemus
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Is it possible for an atom to bond with 8 other elements (same or other type)? If yes, then please give some examples. If no, then what could be the possible reason for it? My question is not about … valence shell electrons. My question is about whether an element could combine with more than 8 other same or different elements? It could be rather covalent bonds or any bond. …
asked May 24 '15 by Anoneemus