Diagram using lines to show shared electrons?
Lewis structure diagrams use lines to show shared electrons.
First of all, the colours red, yellow, and blue, are applied to LINES not to phases! To determine which line is which, you must compare them with lines that are identified. This process is known as 'phasing out', and is difficult to explain without using a diagram. I suggest you check out 'phasing out' on the internet.
Electronegativity of an atom determines how it will share the electrons in a covalent bond. If an atom has a high electronegativity and it is bonded to an atom with a low one, the shared electrons will stay closer to the one with higher electronegativity. This molecule will be polar. If two atoms are bonded with similar electronegativities, the electrons will be shared evenly and it will be nonpolar. Nonpolar bonds are uncommon because there…
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Lewis dot structures show how a covalent molecule is put together, and how atoms share electrons to fill their valence shells. Most atoms are stable with eight electrons in their outermost shell, and will bond to fill them. The first step is to figure out how many electrons an atom already has, so you can figure out how many bonds it needs. The easiest way to do this is to look at a periodic table…