why sulfur can make more bonds than oxygen
I am confused that the answer to this question:
Which of the following best explains why sulfur can make more bonds than oxygen?
The answer is that Sulfur has 3d orbitals not available to oxygen. I am confused because I know the electron configuration is [Ne] 3s2 3p4 and does not include the d orbital.
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