Which molecule would have a Lewis Structure that is an exception to the octet rule?
Members of the boron family will be exceptions to the octet rule because they typically form three bonds and end with 6 valence electrons. See the discussion in the video of
NO is a radical (has one unpaired electron) so it will also be an exception to the octet rule since having an unpaired electron makes it impossible to draw a Lewis structure in which both the N and the O will have eight valence electrons.
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