Molecular hydrides are formed by the combination of elements of comparatively higher electronegativity. These bonds are mostly covalent in character with partly ionic character too .The general formula for covalent hydrides is XH8-n where X stands for the symbol of a metal and 'n' is the group number. Examples of molecular hydrides are: H2O, HF, PH3.
The general characteristics of molecular hydrides are:
· These hydrides are soft.
· They have low electrical conductivity.
· They are generally, volatile in nature.
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