Question: An important observation supporting the need for resonance in the
An important observation supporting the need for resonance in the LE model is that there are only three different structures of dichlorobenzene (C6H4Cl2). How does this fact support the need for the concept of resonance?
Relevant QuestionsBorazine (B3N3H6) has often been called “inorganic” benzene. Draw Lewis structures for borazine. Borazine is a six-membered ring of alternating boron and nitrogen atoms. SF6, ClF5, and XeF4 are three compounds whose central atoms do not follow the octet rule. Draw Lewis structures for these compounds. Draw Lewis structures that obey the octet rule for the following species. Assign the formal charge to each central atom. a. POCl3 b. SO42- c. ClO4- d. PO43- e. SO2Cl2 f. XeO4 g. ClO3- h. NO43- Predict the molecular structure and the bond angles for each molecule or ion in Exercises 57, 58, and 60. Which of the following statements is(are) true? Correct the false statements. a. The molecules SeS3, SeS2, PCl5, TeCl4, ICl3, and XeCl2 all exhibit at least one bond angle which is approximately 120 degrees. b. The bond ...
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