Shweta thakur Asked a Question
March 31, 2021 12:11 ampts 30 pts
why nr3+ has greater - I than nh3+iudigxjgxhkc ohvohciyxiycy
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  • Priyanshu kumar Best Answer
    Nr3+ has more -I effect than nh3+ as due to bulky alkyl group in case of nr3+ there is steric repulsion while there is no repulsion in case of nh3+. so in former %s character incre...
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya thankyou
    Here both NH3 and NR3 have same bond angle i.e., sp3. NR3 have both +I as well as sterically hindered due to three bulky alkyl group. so bond angle increase. as we know bond angle ...
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  • Achyut ranjan gogoi thankyou
    nr3 and NH3 both have sp3 hybridisation but nr3 has high bond angle than NH3 and more the bond angle more will be electronegative character and more will be the -I effect.
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  • Achyut ranjan gogoi
    nr3 and NH3 both have sp3 hybridisation but nr3 has high bond angle than NH3 and more the bond angle more will be electronegative character and more will be the -I effect.
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  • Achyut ranjan gogoi
    nr3 and NH3 both have sp3 hybridisation but nr3 has high bond angle than NH3 and more the bond angle more will be electronegative character and more will be the -I effect.
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