Problem: Draw the intermediate or the transition state that we discussed in the lecture in the box. You must draw all lone-pair and formal charges. Draw all the species produced in this step of the mechanism. Draw arrows to show the flow of electron to generate the intermediates or the transition state that you have drawn. Draw dashes and wedges to show the orientation of groups in 3D in the intermediate or the transition state.

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Draw the intermediate or the transition state that we discussed in the lecture in the box. You must draw all lone-pair and formal charges. Draw all the species produced in this step of the mechanism. Draw arrows to show the flow of electron to generate the intermediates or the transition state that you have drawn. Draw dashes and wedges to show the orientation of groups in 3D in the intermediate or the transition state.

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