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According to the textbook, "Species having electrons with unpaired spins are called radicals." You can determine whether a molecule is a radical by drawing out the Lewis structure I think. The dot next to the molecule represents the unpaired spin.
Nabeeha Khan 1D wrote:BrO IS a radical because it has an odd number of valence electrons, but I think you are confusing #55 and #56 as part D for #55 is not BrO and that is instead part D for #56. Hope that helps! :)
thanks so muchhhh nabz:)
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