Problem: Propylene, C3 H6, is a gas that is used to form the important polymer called polypropylene. Its Lewis structure is shown in the diagram. the figure How many valence electrons remain in nonbonding pairs in the molecule?

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Propylene, C3 H6, is a gas that is used to form the important polymer called polypropylene. Its Lewis structure is shown in the diagram. the figure C is single bonded above and left to H and double bonded right to C.  That C is single bonded above to H and right to C, which is single bonded above, right, and below to H.

How many valence electrons remain in nonbonding pairs in the molecule?

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