Sp3d Hybridization?

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Sp3d Hybridization is the combination of one s, three p and a d-orbital to form a hybrid. The difference between sp3 and sp3d hybridization is that they form four equivalent orbitals and five equivalent orbitals respectively. In sp3 they position themselves to form a tetrahedral while for the sp3d a triangular bipyramidal is formed.
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