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In Chapter 15 we shall learn how the nitronium ion, NO 2+, forms when concentrated nitric and sulfuric acids are mixed.
(a) Write a Lewis structure for the nitronium ion.
(b) What geometry does VSEPR theory predict for the NO2+ ion?
(c) Give a species that has the same number of electrons as NO2+
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