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O3 has both a double and single bond in it's most stable, lowest energy Lewis structure. We were taught that in reality, these bonds would be an average between a double and single bond. So when asked whether ozone has one or two different bonds, would we say that it has one type of bond? Or would we follow the Lewis structure and say it has two different bonds?
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