According to this,
A general solution to some linear system is
a particular solution (P) + a homogeneous solution (H)
When the hydrogens/protons are removed, leaving C-, can someone please tell me what and why the SP orbitals of these two carbons are?
Thanks. My question was because of this:
I was wondering if you made the C have a negative formal charge, if that was the same thing as pulling off a hydrogen/proton. But I guess the negative charge is because of another electron around the atom, not the loss of a hydrogen, which would mean...