Problem: The molecule called diazene has the formula N2H2 and the Lewis structure.Do you expect diazene to be a linear molecule (all four atoms on the same line)?

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The molecule called diazene has the formula N2H2 and the Lewis structure.
N double bonded to N.  Each N has a single pair of dots above and is single bonded to H.
Do you expect diazene to be a linear molecule (all four atoms on the same line)?

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