Count the electrons. HCN I see 10.
NCCN I see 18.
What noble gas has an atomic number of 10? of 18?

State the noble gas whose electron configuration is attained in the following Lewis structures.

a) H:C:::N: (cyanide)
b) :N:::C:C:::N: (cyanogen)

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