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Why isn't N2o3 linear?
The $N_2O_5$ molecule is shown to be branched, as so:
Here, the formal charge of the left-most $N$ atom is $1$, and the formal charge of the bottom-left $O$ atom is $-1$. However, a linear structure such as $O=N-O-N=O$ has all atoms having a formal charge of 0.
Why is the above structure more preferable than the linear structure, even though the formal charge is non-zero in the branched structure?