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For questions about determining Lewis structures (or their validity) for different chemical species. Do not use this tag if your question is about determining [oxidation-state] or [formal-charges], use the other respective tags instead.

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Yes, this makes sense. For radicals, the lewis structure usually gives the single electron to the element with the least electronegativity, while trying to make a structure that is as close as possib …
answered Jul 15 by chemN00b