The structure of borazine, B3N3H6, is a six-membered ring
of alternating B and N atoms. There is one H atom bonded
to each B and to each N atom. The molecule is planar.
(e) What are the hybridizations at the B and N atoms in
the Lewis structures from parts (a) and (b)? Would you expect
the molecule to be planar for both Lewis structures?
Would you expect the molecule to be planar for both Lewis structures?
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