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How many electron groups does a central atom have that has two single bonds and two lone pairs?

a.1

b. 2

c. 3

d.4

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The central atom that has two single bonds and two lone pairs have a total of 3 electron pairs in its valence shell.

Ex: H2O has total three electron...

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