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macmilan learningExamine the ungraded ball-and-stick model below to determine the three-dimensional structure of the moleculeOn the corresponding 2D structure, draw one wedge bond and one dash bond over two existing bonds toindicate the same arrangement of atoms in space. The narrow part of each wedge-and-dash bond should betowards the same central carbon atom.H3CHVICH3ClCH2CHCH3Click on the 3D structure toaccess the rotational controls

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Examine the ungraded ball-and-stick model below to determine the three-dimensional structure of the molecule. On the corresponding 2D structure, draw one wedge bond and one dash bond over two existing bonds to indicate the same arrangement of atoms in space. The narrow part of each wedge-and-dash bond should be towards the same central carbon atom.

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Examine the ungraded ball-and-stick model below to determine the three-dimensional structure of the molecule
On the corresponding 2D structure, draw one wedge bond and one dash bond over two existing bonds to
indicate the same arrangement of atoms in space. The narrow part of each wedge-and-dash bond should be
towards the same central carbon atom.
H3C
H
VI
CH3
Cl
CH2
CH
CH3
Click on the 3D structure to
access the rotational controls
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macmilan learning Examine the ungraded ball-and-stick model below to determine the three-dimensional structure of the molecule On the corresponding 2D structure, draw one wedge bond and one dash bond over two existing bonds to indicate the same arrangement of atoms in space. The narrow part of each wedge-and-dash bond should be towards the same central carbon atom. H3C H VI CH3 Cl CH2 CH CH3 Click on the 3D structure to access the rotational controls

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Hydrocarbons are the organic molecules which are mainly composed of C and H atoms. The structural formula of a hydrocarbon represents the bonding and arrangement of atoms in the molecule. Some common ways to draw the structural formulae are the bond-line formula, ball-stick model, etc.

Step 2

In the ball-and-stick model, each atom is represented by the ball and each chemical bond is represented as a stick. Different atoms are represented with a different color of balls like H atom as white ball, C atom as black ball, etc.

In the 2D structure, the bonded atoms are represented as their atomic symbols and chemical bonds as lines. The position of atoms above and below the plane can be shown with the help of wedge and dash bonds.

Step 3

In the given ball-and-stick model, the black ball is for C atom, a white ball is for H atom and violet ball should be for halogen like Cl atom. Hence the 2D structure of...

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