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Solved: Draw three reasonable resonance structures for the

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Problem 9.56

Draw three reasonable resonance structures for the OCN2 ion. Show formal charges.

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Chapter 11 Notes – Gases Introduction  Kinetic molecular theory – gases are composed of particles in constant motion 11.1 – Supersonic skydiving and the risk of decompression  Pressure – the force exerted per unit area by gas particles as they strike the surfaces around them o The higher the concentration of gas particles in the sample, the higher the pressure 11.2 – Pressure: the result of particle collisions  The pressure that a gas sample exerts is the force that results from the collisions of gas particles divided by the area of the surface with which they collide force F o pressure= = area A  Pressure decreases with increasing altitude becau

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Textbook: Chemistry
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Author: Raymond Chang; Kenneth Goldsby
ISBN: 9780078021510

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