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Formal charge on nitrogen and oxygen in N O 3 - ​ ion are respectively: (a) 0, -1/3 (b) +1,-1/3 (c) +1,-2/3 (d) 0,-2/3

Formal charge on nitrogen and oxygen in NO3-  

 ion are respectively: 

(a)  0, -1/3
(b) +1,-1/3
(c)  +1,-2/3
(d)  0,-2/3
 
Grade:12th pass

4 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
10 months ago
Dear student 

FC = V-N-B/2 
where V = no of valence electron 
N = No. of non bonding electrons
B = No. of electrons in covalent bond
Formal charge of N on  NO3- =0 
Formal charge of O on NO3- = -1/3 
 
Vikas Amritiya
askIITians Faculty 158 Points
10 months ago

 

Formula change is basically a change given to an atom, on assuming that the electrons in a chemical bond are shared equally between the atoms, neglecting theirrelative, EN.
FC=VN2B       (V=no. of valance electronN=No. of non bonding electronsB=No. of electrons in covalent bond)
FC on N in NO3=0
FC on O in NO3=31
 
ajay
100 Points
4 months ago
Formula change is basically a change given to an atom, on assuming that the electrons in a chemical bond are shared equally between the atoms, neglecting theirrelative, .
FC=VN2B       (V=no. of valance electronN=No. of non bonding electronsB=No. of electrons in covalent bond)
FC on N in NO3=01
FC on O in =3
ajay
100 Points
4 months ago
Formula change is basically a change given to an atom, on assuming that the electrons in a chemical bond are shared equally between the atoms, neglecting theirrelative, .
FC=VN2B       (V=no. of valance electronN=No. of non bonding electronsB=No. of electrons in covalent bond)
FC on N in NO3=01
FC on O in =3 
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