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5. Assign the appropriate formal charge to the indicated atoms. Here, lone pairs are shown for learning and
clarity. In other words, consider the structure as drawn. In the future, only the charge will be drawn.
Н
NH2
Н
.N'
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5. Assign the appropriate formal charge to the indicated atoms. Here, lone pairs are shown for learning and clarity. In other words, consider the structure as drawn. In the future, only the charge will be drawn. Н NH2 Н .N'

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