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Gimme a minute, I'll help you. BRB.
http://www.tutor-homework.com/Chemistry_Help/Molecular_Geometry/017_Nitrosyl_Bromide_NOBr.html This should work. I don't know how to do this, but I'll try helping in anyway I can!
I got that there are 18 total valence electrons and 1 nonbinding electrons. However, what Im mostly confused about it why there is a double bond between the O and the N. I had initially drawn it as just single bonds between all the 3 atoms and a nonbinding electron on Br. I thought it Br was the central atom b/c it was least electronegative.
I know what it looks like. Thats not really what i need help wth. Just the reasong why there is a double bond btwn N and O
I haven't learned this, I'm in Middle School, sorry.
OH u couldve told me.
Well, I like to try helping somehow!
Its fine. I wasnt attacking u ok.
I wasn't thinking that, but ok..
Ughh my college finals are coming up and im trying to figure some things out. Its frustrating b/c i cant find it online!
Why is ther a double bond betwen the N and the O??
And not just single bonds around them all??
"And not just single bonds around them all??" to allow all the atoms to have 8 electrons and be more stable