Practice: Determine the Lewis Dot Structure for the following acid: H_{2}SO_{4}

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Lewis Dot Structure: Formal Charge |

Drawing the **Lewis Dot Structure of Acids **involves first drawing the polyatomic anion and then attaching the H^{+} ion.

Example #1: Draw the Lewis Dot Structure for the nitric acid, HNO_{3}.

Practice: Determine the Lewis Dot Structure for the following acid: H_{2}SO_{4}

Practice: Determine the Lewis Dot Structure for hydrocyanic acid: HCN

Practice: Determine the Lewis Dot Structure for chloric acid: HClO_{3}

Practice: Determine the Lewis Dot Structure for phosophoric acid: H_{3}PO_{4}

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Concept #1: Lewis Dot Structures: Acids

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