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How do you determine the Lewis structure of nitrogen trifluoride?

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Determine the number of valence electrons in one nitrogen atom (group 5A on the periodic table) and three atoms of Flouride (group 7A) 1 Nitrogen has a total of 5 and 3 Flourides has a total of 21. We have a grand total of 26 valence electrons. Write
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