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I know a molecule has resonance when the central atom is bonded to 2 or more of the same element, but has different bonds (single, double, or triple) with the atoms. Since these atoms are the same element, which atom has which bond does not matter and the molecule can have resonance, alternating between each atom with its different bonds.
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