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In SF,, one S and one p electron from the ground state 3s23p4of the sulfur are promoted to empty d orbitals, and the six orbitals hybridize to give six sp" orbitals, which point to the corners of a regular octahedron. 3. It is customary to show the formal charge on each atom. For this purpose an atom is considered to "own" all unshared electrons, but only one-half of the electrons in covalent bonds. The sum of electrons that thus "belong" to an atom is compared with the number "contributed" by the atom.
Rev. 1966,66, 465-500; Benson J. Chem. Educ. 1965, 42, 520-518; Wiberg, in Nachod; Zuckerman Determination of Organic Structures by Physical Methods, Vol. 3; Academic Press: New York, 1971, pp. 207-245. "For the four steps, D values are 101 to 102, 88, 124, and 80 kcallmol (423-427, 368, 519, and 335 kJimol), respectively. though the middle values are much less reliable than the other two: Knox; Palmer Chem. Rev. 1961, 61, 247-255; Brewer; Kester J. Chem. Phys. 1964, 40, 812; Linevsky J. Chem. Phys.