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How many sigma bonds are there in a molecule of citric acid? How many valence electrons are there i

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Question1.
How many sigma bonds are there in a molecule of citric acid?
Answer:
There are 20 sigma bonds in a citric acid molecule
Question2.
How many valence electrons are there in a molecule of citric acid?
Answer:
There are 74 valence electrons in a molecule of citric acid.
Question3.
How many pi bonds are there in a molecule of citric acid?
Answer:
There are 3 pi bonds in a molecule of citric acid.

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Question1.How many sigma bonds are there in a molecule of citric acid?Answer: There are 20 sigma bonds in a citric acid moleculeQuestion2.How many valence electrons are there in a molecule of citric acid?Answer:There are 74 valence electronsin a molecule of citric acid.Question3.How many ...
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