Question #ef04f

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Sep 8, 2017

Answer:

The common Lewis structure for sulfite ion is........

Explanation:

#O=ddotS(-O^(-))_2#, and here we have distributed #4xx6+2=26*"electrons"#, 13 electron pairs....Of course the formal double bond, and formal charges, can be distributed around ALL the oxygen atoms.

What is the structure of the sulfite ion?