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When molten sulfur reacts with chlorine gas, a

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Problem 101

When molten sulfur reacts with chlorine gas, a vile-smelling orange liquid forms that has an empirical formula of SCl. The structure of this compound has a formal charge of zero on all elements in the compound. Draw the Lewis structure for the vilesmelling orange liquid.

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Organic Chemistry Chapter 1 Notes – Bond-Line Drawings 1.1 – How to read bond-line drawings  Molecule can be drawn in different ways. The most efficient way to draw structures is by using bond-line drawings  Bond-line drawings show the carbon skeleton with functional groups (-OH, -Br)  Carbon skeleton – the connections of all the carbon atoms that build up the backbone of the molecule; lines are drawn in a zigzag format where each corner is a carbon  Note: the ends of the lines also represent carbon atoms  Two lines = double bond  Three lines = triple bond; drawn in a straight line  All bonds other than triple bonds are drawn as a zigzag  Most hydrogen atoms are not shown, but hydrogen atoms connected to

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Author: Steven S. Zumdahl
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