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It is dative because the centre atom of water having lone-pair electron combine with proton to form oxonium ion

Dative bond (A): Also called co-ionic bond

Dative

DATIVE

Its dative,cause hydrogen is doing the transfer before the combine to form ozone

The hydrogen ion shears an electron with the center oxygen atom to form a dative bond

EVALUATE (101.5)~2-(100.5)~2

A.1

B.2.02

C.20.02

D.202

E.2020

Dative bonding

Dative covalent combination or coordinate covalent combination.. before it occur one of the reactants or parcipitant must possess at least one lone pair of electron

Dative bonding

its dative bonding coz its a weak bond

Oxonium ion is dative. Why?. Because the hydrogen ion is the only elements participating in the sharing in covalent bonds

that's correct

Dative