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Answer to Question #41228 in Organic Chemistry for Sanjeev

Question #41228
Which of the following structure is incorrect :-
(1) CH3 – CH = O+ – H
(2) CH3 – CH2 – NH¯
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(4) CH3 – O = N = O
Expert's answer
Structure (4) CH3 – O = N = O is incorrect. Because oxygen cannot have a valence of three. It can have just a valence of two.

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