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Lewis Dot Structures or Electron Dot Structures are diagrams that show how elements in a molecule use their valence electrons to form bonds.

Lewis Dot Structures

Concept #1: Lewis Dot Structures

Example #1: Draw the Lewis Dot Structure for the silicon tetrabromide molecule, SiBr4.

Practice: Determine the Lewis Dot Structure for the NH3 compound.

Practice: Determine the Lewis Dot Structure for the following compound: H2Se.

Practice: Draw a Lewis Dot Structure that obeys the octet rule for the following compound: NH2OH.