Organic Chemistry/Foundational concepts of organic chemistry/Atomic structure/Molecular orbitals
In organic chemistry we look at the hybridization of electron orbitals in to something called molecular orbitals.
The s and p orbitals in a carbon atom combine into four hybridized orbitals that repel each other in a shape much like that of four balloons tied together.
Remember what a tetrahedron looks like ?
I knew you did ...
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