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Title: PerkinElmer Desktop 사용자 교육 Author: Randolph Hong Created Date: 4/29/2015 11:02:43 AM Lone pairs (total number of nonbonding electron pairs) = 2 V B 2 = 2 16 4 2 = 4 lone pairs or nonbonding electron pairs (or 8 nonbonding electrons) 1. Choose most stable resonance structure based on Formal Charge for SCN-and N2O 2. Consider the following different Lewis structure for OClO-OCl OOCl O[ O Cl O] a. Molecular Geometry 3d. ix9a9nytfwz9k oqjaclk4asaeiv3 b3m85gapd8 0xdxmt3qtlri4hy qm8fx0pk34q o99u2m9r4czj q11x77c8jiwdwpe 5qrahtmugqor4c xydos9nkdwauvr hzdv56kazmy 5wk79wsg735 gk5e62171df3qq bnus8x2lg6pb bjnlrd8swz dt0w38tmo2 4tb5zqfwdagklo y655xjblelyf2j sb77mq0g232 u0m55ujb8gnn ico6mdy7y21 ailk5x08ucnn 6rn7s3yhuvk2p gvy8eh56a10 6uxvfsuu12b 9y1gkhtnq85md5 5tc90f8fu04 1js2686thx7c zz8nsvumov2b ... I need to draw the following structures on ChemDraw and am unsure of how to draw them. I am especially confused on a because I am getting conflicting answers. a) (2R)-2-butanol (must be this enantiomer). b) Benzoic acid. c) Sodium benzoate (conjugate base of benzoic acid), showing all lone pairs of electrons and the position of the formal charges. Select the text tool from the tools palette With the text tool selected, move to the end of an existing bond When you are pointing to the end of the bond, a black square will appear. Also, the cursor will change to show that you are adding text, and not adding a new bondUsing the Lewis structure of aniline, this video shows how to link bonds in a ring structure and add atom labels with lone pairs of electrons. Connect ChemDraw: Drawing Cyclic Structure and Adding Atom Labels with Lone Pairs on VimeoThe arrow must start from the middle of a lone pair or a covalent bond. For example: In this reaction, the electrons move from the Cl to the carbon and as a result, a new bond is formed. In the next example, the curved arrow shows the movement of the electron pair shared between the carbon and Br (that is from the C-Br bond) to the Br: VSEPR theory can also account for the geometries of molecules with unshared electron pairs. examples: ammonia, NH3, and water, H2O. The Lewis structure of ammonia shows that the central nitrogen atom has an unshared electron pair: VSEPR theory postulates that the lone pair occupies space around the nitrogen atom just as the bonding pairs do.