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Step 1: Since there are only two atoms, there will not be a central atom in the molecule.
Step 2: The total number of valence electrons present in FBr is:
Group Valence Electrons
F 7A 1 × 7 e– = 7 e–
Br 7A 1 × 7 e– = 7 e–
Total: 14 valence e–
Step 3: Halogens, when not the central atom, form only 1 bond. The incomplete Lewis structure of FBr is:
Draw the Lewis structure for BrF with an arrow representing the dipole moment.
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