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According to About.com, the Lewis dot structure for H2CO, or formaldehyde, is drawn by placing a C (carbon) in the middle, putting one H (hydrogen) on either side and putting an O (oxygen) on top. This configuration cont... More »

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The Lewis dot structure for sulfur includes the upper case letter S, the element's chemical symbol, surrounded by two sets of paired dots and two single dots evenly spaced around the letter. These dots represent the vala... More »

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The Lewis dot structure for HCl has hydrogen's symbol, H, on the left side, chlorine's symbol, Cl, on the right side, two dots between the two and an additional six dots around Cl. More »

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The Lewis dot structure for HCl has hydrogen's symbol, H, on the left side, chlorine's symbol, Cl, on the right side, two dots between the two and an additional six dots around Cl. More »

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The Lewis dot structure for OCS is an O connected with a double line to a C, which, in turn, is connected with a double line to an S. Both the O and the S are also surrounded by two pairs of dots. More »

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The Lewis dot structure for Cl2, the chemical formula for chlorine gas, is written with two Cl symbols, each of which is surrounded by three pairs of dots, connected by a single line. Each dot represents a valence electr... More »

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The Lewis dot structure for CH2N2, the chemical formula for diazomethane, can be written with a C in the center, with two separate lines connecting the C to two Hs and one double line connected to an N. A second double l... More »

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