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What is the Lewis structure for SF4?

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Sulfur has one lone pair and 4 single bonds, it ends up with 10 electrons instead of eight. Each Flourine just makes a single bond with a Sulfur electron so each fluorine atom ends up with 8 electrons. Check out the Lewis diagram I made (the bold is
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The Lewis structure, or Lewis-dot diagram, is used to show the bonding between the atoms of a molecule. Also, it shows the pairs of electrons that may be in the molecule.
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