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What Is The Lewis Structure For Oxygen? Help Please!

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your wanting to know the Lewis Dot Structure?
Yes Sorry:)
O=O with 4 dots around each O

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Like Mine Is So Different Im Bout 2 Draw It Out.:)
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Thats What Mine Looks LIke On How I Drawed It On My Paper Is That Right?
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its a formula
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?????? @prettyboy20202 An @Cher121 Im Still Kind Of Confused On This Because On My Paper Its Just One O An you Have 2
wat will in the dots
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Quick question. Are you asking for the dot structure of a single Oxygen atom? Or the dot structure of Oxygens molecular form, O2?
thats wat im saying i dont know
@Didgeridoo It's The Dot Struture
For a single atom of oxygen
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In nature, the Lewis structure for oxygen exists this way so it could react with other elements and in nature, it is a gas so it exists as O2 . As you can see, O2, each oxygen is connected by a single bond, each gets two octets, and on the bottom of each O, each O has one unpaired electron. Oxygen is set up this way in nature as its Lewis structure so it could react with other elements. .. .. :O-O: . .

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