I drew a Lewis Structure of ClO3- with 3 double bonds instead of 2 and 1 single bond but I'm wondering if it is a valid structure. Is there a maximum amount of double bonds that Cl can make...

I drew a Lewis Structure of ClO3- with 3 double bonds instead of 2 and 1 single bond but I'm wondering if it is a valid structure. Is there a maximum amount of double bonds that Cl can make...

Why doesn't the Lewis structure for HNO3 form two double bonds to give nitrogen a (0) formal charge?

1. X (Two dots at top) 2. X (Dots all around except on right, only has one instead of two) 3. X (One on the right) 4. X (Dots all around except on left, only has on instead of two)

its the molecule HOCl

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