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Hybridization works the same for all elements, although some are very difficult to find in a molecular form. Count the number of bonds between atoms, and then it's just the same process
hybridization should be the same for every element.
Hybridization works the same for all elements.
Is hybridization just for the central atom? So then is one molecule just one kind of hybridization?
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