The Lewis dot structure for xenon tetrafluoride, represented by the chemical formula XeF4, is written with a Xe in the center with four lines connecting it to four Fs. Each F has three pairs of dots around it. The Xe has two pairs of dots around it.
F is the chemical symbol for fluoride, while Xe is the chemical symbol for xenon. The dots surrounding the chemical symbols are valence electrons that are drawn in pairs based on their location in the atom. The lines also represent valence electrons, which in this case are bonded pairs between atoms. Xenon tetrafluoride has a total of 32 valence electrons.