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Circle the plausible structures and put an “X” through the impossible structures below: Note: lone pairs should be added as required in order to satisfy the formal charge shown. CCCCMeCNNNNOOOO2+BBB2-3.For the following bonds, a.Show the direction of the dipole moment using two methods. b.Is the bond ionic or polar covalent? Example: C-H C Hδ-δ+Method 1: δ-and δ+indicate PARTIAL negative and PARTIAL positive charges; the formal charge of each atom is ZERO.Method 2: an arrow points toward the more electronegative atom; there is a "+" sign at the base of the arrow, under the more electropositive atomi.C-B ii.Li-C iii.Mg-C iv.Li-O v.C-Br vi.C-N vii.N-Br viii.O-Cl ix.O-H x.S-H xi.N-H
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