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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 13

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1-7 continued . . - (c) :O-N=O .. .. O=N-O: + + (d) H-C=C-C-H .. .. H-C-C=C-H I I I I I I H H H H H H (e) H - C = C-C- H .. .. H - C - C=C- H I I I I I I H H H H H H (f) Sulfur can have up to 12 electrons around it because it has d orbitals accessible . (g) : 0: I I :O- S- O: II : 0: H I H - C- H I H :0 : I I H - C- C+ I \ H :0 : I H - C-H I H .. . . - : 0: I .. .. :O- S=O .. .. II : 0: H I :0: - II :O- S=O I :0: H I H - C- H I + 0: 1/ H- C- C .. I \ H :0 : I H - C- H I H .. . . - :0 : I O==S-O: .. .. II :0 :
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