Is ch3cl2 possible? if yes what is the structure if it? ​


we can conclude that the melting point of table salt is above room temperature (it's actually 801 deg c). the melting point of mercury must be below room temperature (- 39 deg c).

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No, it is not possible


carbon is a tetravalent element. which means that it can form covalent bonds with various other elements as it has 4 electrons in its valence shell. in this compound, CH3Cl2, 3 electrons are already occupied with hydrogen. the only remaining electrom can be taken by a chlorine element forming a compound Chloromethane. but there is no space for another atom of chlorine to form CH3Cl2. therefore this compound is not possible

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