Electron pair bonds-lewis and valence structures, Chemistry

 

A single covalent bond is build when two atoms share a pair of electrons. Triple and double bonds can be formed when two or three such pairs are shared. A Lewis structure is a representation of a complex ion or molecule that shows the disposition of valence electrons (inner shells are not drawn) around each atom. 1-4 show Lewis structures of CH4, O2, H2O and N2, the last two molecules having a double and triple bond, respectively. These representations are entirely equivalent to the valence structures (1′-4′) in which each bonding pair of electrons are represented by a line.

 

Posted Date: 7/21/2012 8:58:47 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Electron pair bonds-lewis and valence structures, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Electron pair bonds-lewis and valence structures, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Electron pair bonds-lewis and valence structures Discussions

Write discussion on Electron pair bonds-lewis and valence structures
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Physical properties of Succinic Acid  (a) Succinic Acid is a white crystalline solid. It melts at 188° C (b) Succinic Acid is less soluble in water. It is comparatively more

Q. Show the chemical of Boron and aluminium? Boron and aluminium when heated with nitrogen torn the nitrides BN and AIN Nitrides of Ga and in are formed by heating the elements

How to write chemical formula of hydrogen peroxide




USE THE KINETIC PARTICLE THEORY TO EXPLAIN THE EXISTENCE OF THE DIFFERENT STATES OF MATTER

Borazole is very stable because it is aromatic; each nitrogen contributes two p electrons and each boron contributes zero electrons, for a total of six p electrons in the aromatic

Test of proteins - Xanthoproteic test Xanthoproteic test : A few proteins give yellow colour along with concentrated nitric acid (formation of yellow stains on fingers when wor

State the Functions of oxide layer (i) To mask against diffusion or ion-implant, (ii) To passivate surface electrically and chemically. (iii) To isolate one device from a