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Resonance structures show the possible ways that elements can be bonded. By drawing all possible combinations (such as single, double, triple bonds), we can calculate the formal charge of each configuration to find the most stable arrangement.
Resonance is the blending of structures with the same arrangement of atoms but different arrangements of electrons. The actual structure is a hybrid of these resonant structures and is the most stable structure. The resonant structures all have the same energy and allow us to both visual and predict the actual structure.
Resonance is the blending of structures, portraying the arrangement of atoms with different arrangements of electrons. From the different arrangements, the resonance represents the most stable structure and yes the most accurate lewis structure.
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