Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 13

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 13 - 1-7...

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1-7 continued .. - (c) :O-N=O ± ² O=N-O: + + ±d² H±C=C²C±h . . h±C±C=C±³ I i i I I I H H H H H H (e) H³C´CµC³ H · H³C³C¸C³H 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 orb¹taLs acºess¹bLe » (g) ¼ 0¼ II :OµS½O: ¼ 0¼ H I H³C³H ± H ¼0 : I ² H¾CµC+ i \ H ¼0 : i H¿C-H ± H ³ - ¼ 0¼ i À :O½ SÁO ´ · ±I ¼ 0¼ H I ¼0¼ - •• iI :O½ SÁO I H I i  ´/ ó CµC i \ H ¼0 : ± i H µ . . - ¼0 : I OÄSÅO: Æ ¼0 : . ± - I ¶ · OÄSÇO ± ¼È ¼ É
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