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Octet Rule

Q. This diagram shows Lewis electron dot structures for a number of chemical species. Most atoms in covalent molecules are associated with eight electrons, a trend that is referred to as the "octet rule." Click on a central atom that follows the octet rule.

Solved • Apr 7, 2020

Octet Rule

Q. Which of the following elements can form compounds with an expanded octet? A.) F B.) O C.) Br D.) Be E.) None of the above can form compounds with an expanded octet

Solved • Mar 21, 2020

Octet Rule

Q. Which of the following elements can form compounds with an expanded octet? a) I b) Be c) N d) F e) None of the above can form compounds with an extended octet.

Solved • Mar 10, 2020

Octet Rule

Q. Write a Lewis structure for each of the following ions. Assign formal charges to all atoms. If necessary, expand the octet on the central atom to lower formal charge. SO3 Draw the molecule by placing atoms on the grid and connecting them with bonds. Include all lone pairs of electrons and formal charges.

Solved • Feb 25, 2020

Octet Rule

Q. Write a Lewis structure for each of the following molecules that are exceptions to the octet rule. ClO2 Draw the molecule by placing atoms on the grid and connecting them with bonds. Include all lone pairs of electrons and nonbonding electrons. Do not include charges.

Solved • Feb 25, 2020

Octet Rule

Q. Write a Lewis structure for each of the following molecules that are exceptions to the octet rule. NO Draw the molecule by placing atoms on the grid and connecting them with bonds. Include all lone pairs of electrons and nonbonding electrons. Do not include charges.

Solved • Feb 25, 2020

Octet Rule

Q. Write a Lewis structure for each of the following molecules that are exceptions to the octet rule. BBr3 Draw the molecule by placing atoms on the grid and connecting them with bonds. Include all lone pairs of electrons and nonbonding electrons. Do not include charges. To change the symbol of an atom, double-click on the atom and enter the letter of the new atom.

Solved • Feb 25, 2020