Lewis structure

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Lewis structure

[′lü·is ‚strək·chər]
(chemistry)
A structural formula in which electrons are represented by dots; two dots between atoms represent a covalent bond. Also known as electron-dot formula; Lewis formula.
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In 1916, Gilbert Lewis published his seminal paper on chemical bonding, "The Atom and the Molecule," from which were born Lewis dot structures.
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He covers learning strategies, Lewis dot structures and the chemical bond, molecular geometry and dipole moments, isomerism, charge stability, reactions and reaction mechanisms.