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Resonance Structures of NO3- (Nitrate ion)

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Published on Apr 26, 2013

There are three resonance structures for nitrate (NO3-) ... it depends which oxygen you choose to be double-bonded to the nitrogen.
Resonance doesn't mean there's a double bond and two singles ... it means all the bonds are equivalent and somewhere in-between single/double bond status

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