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 »

According to the UNC-Chapel Hill Chemistry Fundamentals Program, the Lewis structure is a visual representation of the covalent bonding of a molecule or ion. Lewis dot structures are a part of the Lewis diagram. More » Science Chemistry Chem Lab

The Lewis dot structure for O3, the chemical formula for ozone, is written with three Os. The Os in a proper Lewis for ozone are surrounded by dots for each valence electron. Lines that represent bonded pairs of electron... More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules

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 »

The Lewis dot structure of NaCl consists of a chloride ion surrounded by eight electron dots (four pairs) and a sodium ion bonded to that chlorine ion. Typically, ionic Lewis dot structures include the ionic charge, so t... More »

To draw a Lewis dot structure for sulfur dibromide (SBr2), write an S to represent sulfur with a Br for bromine on either side of it, and then put two dots on the top, bottom and either side of these three elements to re... More » Science Chemistry

The Lewis dot structure for P, the chemical symbol for a single atom of phosphorous, is written with a P surrounded by two dots together on one side and three single dots on the three remaining sides. Each dot represents... More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules