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For each of the compounds below determine the number of missing lone pairs on the oxygen or nitrogen atom.
Again, consider the structures as drawn. We are implying the number of lone pairs based on the charge given.
For example, H,O, as written, has two lone pairs not shown.
oZ
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6. For each of the compounds below determine the number of missing lone pairs on the oxygen or nitrogen atom. Again, consider the structures as drawn. We are implying the number of lone pairs based on the charge given. For example, H,O, as written, has two lone pairs not shown. oZ

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Oxygen and nitrogen belong to 16th group and 15th group respectively. Oxygen and nitrogen has 6 and 5 valence electrons.

Atom with positive charge means that it has lost an electron while an atom with negative charge means that it has gained an electron.

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The missing lone pairs on oxygen of the ea...

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