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Yes, the hybridization of an atom is determined based on the number of regions of electron density that surround it. You figure out the hybridization by counting the atoms connected to the central atom and the number of lone pairs
Yes because atom hybridization can be determined based on electron density surrounded the central atom (lone pairs and bonds attached to central atom). You find the hybridization number by simply counting the number lone pair regions and bonded pairs attached to the central atom.
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