Problem: In carbon-containing compounds, carbon usually forms1. four bonds, nitrogen and oxygen usually form two bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.2. three bonds, nitrogen and oxygen usually form two bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.3. four bonds, nitrogen usually forms three bonds, oxygen usually forms two bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.4. four bonds, nitrogen usually forms five bonds, oxygen usually forms six bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.

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In carbon-containing compounds, carbon usually forms

1. four bonds, nitrogen and oxygen usually form two bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.

2. three bonds, nitrogen and oxygen usually form two bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.

3. four bonds, nitrogen usually forms three bonds, oxygen usually forms two bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.

4. four bonds, nitrogen usually forms five bonds, oxygen usually forms six bonds, and hydrogen only forms one bond.

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