What does the number of dots in the Lewis symbol represent?

Answer:

The number of dots in the Lewis symbol represents the number of valence electrons in the atom.

Lewis electron dot structures

Lewis electron dot structure is defines the nature of the bond and position of atoms of the molecule which are connected in the molecule.

  • The outermost central level of energy-containing electrons is called the level of valence and includes electrons of valence.
  • Lewis symbols are diagrams showing the number of valence electrons of a specific element with dots indicating lone pairs.
  • The aim of Lewis structures is to provide a simple way for chemists to view molecules that allows accurate predictions about the actual molecules and structure and properties to be made.

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