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Lewis Dot Structures of Covalent Compounds

This short slide show provides basic information about drawing Lewis dot structures for covalent compounds. It starts with anatomy of the atom, and then shows the relationship between atomic particles and the Periodic Table of Elements. Offers practice questions on
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This short slide show provides basic information about drawing Lewis dot structures for covalent compounds. It starts with anatomy of the atom, and then shows the relationship between atomic particles and the Periodic Table of Elements. Offers practice questions on elements, valence electrons, bond types, and molecules.

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