The following structure of caffeine (a stimulant) is shown below. For each atom indicated by an arrow, determine the hybridization. Next, determine the total number of sigma (s) bonds, the total number of pi (p) bonds, and the total number of lone pairs (Note: Indicate the number of lone pairs, not the number of lone pair electrons). Don't forget about the hydrogens!
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