Ball and Stick model for a water molecule.

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The question: Suggest one limitation of using a ball and stick model for a water molecule.
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Maybe- they don't show where the electrons in the bonds have come from
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Yh, that's right. It doesn't show how many e- are bonded, which atom they come from. If there are any lone e-.
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no..otherwise I would've got a grade. Why don't you revise, you don't have long left till the finish line. :yep: :laugh:
I have no other option, lol. Only a few more weeks till the end
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I have no other option, lol. Only a few more weeks till the end
good luck
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good luck
Thank you! Good luck if you have any exams left yourself
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try here, it may help a bit:
https://www.science-revision.co.uk/C...sentation.html
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try here, it may help a bit:
https://www.science-revision.co.uk/C...sentation.html
thank you
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