Problem: Which of the species NO, BrO, CH3+, BF4– are radicals?1. NO and BrO only2. BrO and CH3+ only3. BrO and BF4+ only4. NO, CH3+ and BF4– only5. NO and CH3+ only6. BrO, CH3+ and  BF4– only7. NO and BF4– only

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Which of the species NO, BrO, CH3+, BF4– are radicals?

1. NO and BrO only
2. BrO and CH3+ only
3. BrO and BF4+ only
4. NO, CH3+ and BF4 only
5. NO and CH3+ only
6. BrO, CH3+ and  BF4– only
7. NO and BF4– only

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