CAN ANYONE WHO IS GOOD AT CHEM EXPLAIN WHY THIS IS WRONG LMAO
I think in the second one the oxygen is supposed to have a -1 formal change? It has 6 electrons and one single bond, adding up to 7 electrons. Oxygen is usually stable with 6 valence electrons, but in that structure it has one extra electron, giving it a formal charge of -1. (See this: http://www.chemprofessor.com/bonding_files/image033.jpg). Anyways, you should always make sure that charges add up for each resonance structure! If the charge of the first anion is -1… the second one should be -1 too.
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