The following three Lewis structures can be drawn for N2O:

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Problem 92AE Chapter 8

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Problem 92AE

The following three Lewis structures can be drawn for N2O:

(a) Using formal charges, which of these three resonance forms is likely to be the most important? (b) The  bond length in N2O is 1.12 Å, slightly longer than a typical  bond; and the  bond length is 1.19 Å, slightly shorter than a typical bond. (See Table 8.5.) Rationalize these observations in terms of the resonance structures shown previously and your conclusion for part (a).

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Textbook: Chemistry: The Central Science
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Author: Theodore E. Brown
ISBN: 9780321696724

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