Is ans option 1
Thanks a lot but how to check whether (O2) is peroxide or superoxide in this question? @Supreeta_Sen
I don't think there is a way to differentiate here, but I may be wrong.
(o) is oxo
(O2) is peroxo
How will you differentiate b/w peroxo and superoxo?
The parenthesis is important
It cud br peroxide superoxide or normal neutral dioxygen
All wud be represented by (O2) only .. How can it be differentiated ?
Here options give us a hint that it cant be superoxide but eithout it any way?
@Siddhant_Mudholkar luckily in this question if you take it to be superoxido you won't get an option at all
@Viraj no, oxido is different. Look at the bracket, oxido is represented by one O atom, while the other two are represented by 2 O atoms. That's where the confusion arises
i am not saying oxide @Supreeta_Sen thats the one before with -2
i meant it cud have been dioxygen with 0 charge too
Can you gimme an example where dioxygen is a ligand?
Yeah couldve been neutral O2 ligand too
Oops😅 questions was wrong...must see @Siddhant_Mudholkar ,@Chirag_Hegde ,@Supreeta_Sen,@Viraj
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