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NO2 vs NO2^+ vs NO2^+2 vs NO2^-1

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by pandalove89, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. pandalove89

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    I get really confused when trying to draw these 4 configuration of NO2.



    Could anyone help?


    Is there only one double bond in this compound and if so where do the negative and positive charges come from?
     
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    google is pretty good for this. you should be able to get an image of the structures from the formula
     

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