Three major contributing resonance structures are possible for the following cation. One is given below. Draw the remaining structures (in any order), including nonbonding electrons and formal charges. Omit curved arrows. н н CH3З Which contributes most to the hybrid? The structure with the positive charge on sulfur. All contribute equally. O The structures with the positive charge on carbon.

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Three major contributing resonance structures are possible for the following cation. One is given below.
Draw the remaining structures (in any order), including nonbonding electrons and formal charges. Omit
curved arrows.
н
н
CH3З
Which contributes most to the hybrid?
The structure with the positive charge on sulfur.
All contribute equally.
O The structures with the positive charge on carbon.
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Three major contributing resonance structures are possible for the following cation. One is given below. Draw the remaining structures (in any order), including nonbonding electrons and formal charges. Omit curved arrows. н н CH3З Which contributes most to the hybrid? The structure with the positive charge on sulfur. All contribute equally. O The structures with the positive charge on carbon.

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