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Lewis Dot Structure For Hcl

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Ionic substances are completely held together by ionic Bonds. Full charges of ions cause electrostatic interactions that result in stable crystal lattice. Ionic compounds exist as extend, orderly arrangements of ions. This is quite different from the structure of MOLECULAR substances, which take the form of collections of individual molecules. Electrons that form Covalent bonds are not fully possessed by a single atom but are shared between two atoms involved in the bond. The concept of the Covalent bond was first proposed in 1916 by American chemist G. N. Lewis, who suggested that sharing electrons was one way that atoms could attain complete octet of valence electrons. This idea was expanded upon by Linus Pauling, who eventually won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1954 for his work on chemical bonding.

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Double and Triple Bonds

So far, we have considered only single bonds, formed by sharing of one electron from each atom. Many molecules contain double bonds, in which each atom shares two electrons, or triple bonds, in which each atom shares three electrons. These are represented by drawing two or three lines between bond atoms. For example, carbon - carbon double bond can be written as {matheq}{C} :: {C}{endmatheq} or {matheq}{C=C}{endmatheq} carbon - carbon triple bond is shown as {matheq}{C ::: C}{endmatheq} or with three lines between two carbon atoms, as seen in the structure of an organic molecule called acetylene. Just as {matheq}{N}{endmatheq} wants to form 3 bonds, other elements tend to form the same number of bonds in different compounds. We will build Lewis structures that satisfy the octet rule to determine how atoms are attached to one another using components shown in the table below to create structures that follow the octet rule.

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