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Drawing Electron-Dot Formulas Study the rules. 1. The first electron-dot formula we will try will be CH 4 2. Now let's try a compound that has non-bonding electron pairs, H 2 O. 3. Next we should try an ion with a negative charge. 4. How about an ion with a positive charge, NH 4 + 5. Finally, let's draw a compound that requires multiple bonds, O
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Unformatted text preview: 2 Note: understanding how to draw and use electron-dot formulas is essential if you wish to succeed in this course. ..your understanding of reactions and reaction mechanisms, reactivity of compounds and the stereochemistry of molecules all depends on the material discussed in this tutorial....
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