#1
i need a Bohr-Rutherford Diagram of H2O and i can't find one? mainly because i dont even know what the hell it is.
i should have paid attention in science lol.
#3
Well, you need a table of elements..and I'm not so sure water is on there.

In my school (Toronto) you had to draw the shells, find out how many electrons, I think the element has, then draw the dots, the sequence of the dots is something like

1st shell: 2 electrons

2nd: 8 electrons

3rd: 8 electrons, then it repeats.

Hope that helps.
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#5
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Well, you need a table of elements..and I'm not so sure water is on there.

Water isn't an element, so of course it's not on there

O
/ \
H H
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#6
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Water isn't an element, so of course it's not on there

O
/ \
H H


Gee thanx!

I know that water is hydrogen and oxygen, its just been a while since I was in science, I assumed this kid was wrong
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