Problem: Acid-base reaction of CH3- + NH3 can produce A. CH2 + NH4-.  B. CH4 + NH2-.  C. CH3· + NH3·.  D. CH3· + NH3-.   The equilibrium constant for this reaction is A. >> 1.  B. << 1.  C. sometimes > 1 and sometimes < 1.  D. 0 (zero).    because of: A. electronegativity.  B. orbital hybridization.  C. resonance.  D. steric repulsion.

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Acid-base reaction of CH3- + NH3 can produce

A. CH2 + NH4-

B. CH4 + NH2-

C. CH3· + NH3·. 

D. CH3· + NH3-.

The equilibrium constant for this reaction is

A. >> 1. 

B. << 1. 

C. sometimes > 1 and sometimes < 1. 

D. 0 (zero). 

because of:

A. electronegativity. 

B. orbital hybridization. 

C. resonance. 

D. steric repulsion.

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