We’re being asked to draw all carbon atoms, hydrogen atoms, and lone pairs in the skeletal structure of caffeine:
Recall that in a bondline or skeletal structure:
• Carbons, hydrogens, and lone pairs are implied
• Formal charges are shown explicitly
• Hydrogens on heteroatoms are drawn explicitly
For this problem, we need to do the following:
Step 1: Draw all carbons in the skeletal structure.
Step 2: Fill in the missing hydrogens.
Step 3: Fill in the missing lone pairs.
Draw all carbon atoms, hydrogen atoms, and lone pairs for the following compound:
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