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Electronegativity (part-3)
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This lesson will discuss the application of Electronegativity in determining the Acidic character of Hydracids and Oxyacids, Basic character and the Bond length.

Megha Khandelwal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Megha Khandelwal
Chemistry Educator, CSIR-UGC NET- AIR 25, YouTube Channel- Chemistry Enthusiasts, Passion for Teaching & Mentoring

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Ma'am which will have more acidic strength- HCl or HI??? and also between HF and SnH4 which is more acidic??
HI is more acidic than HCl due to large size of Iodine, weak bond strength, easily ionise/donate the proton therefore more acidic. In HF and SnH4 , SnH4 is more acidic
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Heamant Rl
a year ago
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