Part A. Draw a Lewis dot structure for phosphine, which is sometimes called phosphorous trihydride.
Draw the molecule by placing the atoms on the grid and connecting them with bonds. Include all lone pairs of electrons.
Molecules can also be represented as Lewis dot structures. Lewis dot structures contain the atomic symbol for each element connected by bonds (shown as lines) with valence electrons drawn as dots around each symbol.
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