how can we represent bond line structures?

Asked by piyushtiwari | 1st Jan, 2013, 07:30: AM

Expert Answer:

In a bond line structure the carbons are represented by corners of lines and each carbon is assumed to have has as many hydrogens as it needs to have a complete octet unless otherwise noted . 

Such a structure for the compound we just worked with is shown below:

Answered by  | 1st Jan, 2013, 10:16: AM

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