What Is the Lewis Structure of Ch3br?

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Ch3br is the odorless, colorless gas known as Bromomethane, or methyl bromide. It was originally used as a pestiside, but recently phased out by many countries. If exposed over a long period of time and at high levels, Bromomethane can be dangerous for health.
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This is hard to answer without being able to draw, but I will do my best! First of all, each element needs 8 electrons (except hydrogen which only needs 2, i don't know why, it just
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The CH3Br is a C-H bond.
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CH3Br, methyl bromide is tetrahedral with a polar C-Br bond.
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I don't understand what you are asking for, especially : Quote: w(Br)=1,6 % V(C3H6)=1,12l m(BrH2O)=? And how I could find mass? But the reaction gives rise to two possible products.
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This is hard to answer without being able to draw, but I will do my best! First of all, each element needs 8 electrons (except hydrogen which only needs 2, i don't ...
Bromomethane is an organobromine compound with formula CH3Br. It is a colourless, odourless, non-flammable gas that is produced industrially. It is commonly known ...
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