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fiveworlds

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In Topic: Why is Chlorine not hybridised in BCL3 using hybridisation concept in VB Theory

Yesterday, 01:55 PM

My question is why Chlorine does not undergo hybridis(z)ation as well? Supposedly, each Chlorine atom should undergo sp3 hybridis(z)ation to produce 4 sp3 hybrid orbitals, one of which is shared with the sp2 hybrid orbital of Boron atom. So, 3 sp3 hybrid orbitals from 3 Chlorine atoms share 6 electrons with 3 sp2 hybrid orbitals from Boron atom.  ​

 

 

Why would it? Do you believe this configuration would be more stable?? If chlorine shares an electron with boron then it has a full sublevel. Regardless the other the accepted theory.


In Topic: MS Office 2016: table and caption

24 February 2017 - 03:22 PM

Could you not just add a row above the table with the heading in it???


In Topic: Is there any meaning to the arc-length of Euclidian Cartesian plots?

24 February 2017 - 03:02 PM

If you normalise it by dividing by e.g. total time and average heart rate, you get a value that says something about the variability​

 

 

So arc-length is some form of a measure of how variable the graph is. In the case of heart rate it could indicate arrhythmia.

 

 

On itself: nothing.

 

 

When do you ever have the arc-length by itself??


In Topic: Is there any meaning to the arc-length of Euclidian Cartesian plots?

24 February 2017 - 02:27 PM

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Lets say we know how fast a person's heart beats. The machine will tell you if it beats to fast or too slow but what does the arc-length tell you??


In Topic: Is there any meaning to the arc-length of Euclidian Cartesian plots?

22 February 2017 - 10:48 PM

Like if I have a parabola of velocity versus time or position versus time, is there any physical meaning to the arc length of that function? 

 

 

You take a bus from your home to school/work along a curved road.

 

If you leave your house at 8:20 and arrive at 9:10.

 

What is the arc length??