Problem: There are 3 different possible isomers of a dibromoethene molecule, C 2H2Br2. One of them has no net dipole moment, but the other two do. Draw Lewis structures for each of these isomers. Include H atoms.Nonpolar C2H2Br2 (one isomer)Polar C2H2Br2 (two isomers)

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There are 3 different possible isomers of a dibromoethene molecule, C 2H2Br2. One of them has no net dipole moment, but the other two do. Draw Lewis structures for each of these isomers. Include H atoms.

Nonpolar C2H2Br2 (one isomer)

Polar C2H2Br(two isomers)

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