anonymous
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Is NO considered to be an incomplete octet?
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anonymous
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Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
Octet Rule is violated when these three scenarios: When there are an odd number of valence electrons When there are too few valence electrons When there are too many valence electrons
anonymous
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Nitrogen has 7 electrons, Oxygen has 16, we'll use the valence electrons in this diagram |dw:1434303012780:dw|

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anonymous
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Nitrogen has 5 valence electrons here, which is an odd number and therefore its incomplete octet
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Thank you for confirming. Excellent explanation. I appreciate it.
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Thanks!
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Is the O complete but the N incomplete?

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