The arrangement of chemical bonds between atoms in a molecule or in an ion or radical with multiple atoms, particularly which atoms are chemically bonded to what other atoms with what kind of chemical bond, together with any information on the geometric shape of the molecule needed to uniquely recognize the type of molecule. A molecule is a three-dimensional structure, and many of its properties, both chemical and physical, are directed by that structure. The Lewis structure of a molecule is a two-dimensional representation that can be utilized to get data about its three-dimensional structure. It determines the number of electron regions around an atom, Uses lines, wedges, and dashes to represent the 3D structure of an atom with four electron regions.
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