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The following questions relate to the bonding in the OH-1 ion. (16 points)

Write the electron configuration for H. (1 point)

Write the electron configuration for O. (1 point)

Draw the molecular orbital diagram for OH-1. (5 points)

Draw the Lewis Structure for OH-1. (3 points)

Which orbitals in the molecular orbital diagram contain the lone pair electrons around O? (2 points)

What is the bond order for OH-1? (2 points)

Predict the bond order for OH+1. (2 points)

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