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The molecular model below represents citric acid, an

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Problem 19

The molecular model below represents citric acid, an acidic component of citrus juices. Represent bonding in the citric acid molecule using the method of Figure 11-18 to indicate hybridization schemes and orbital overlaps.

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The molecular model below represents citric acid, an