What does the Lewis structure for N3 look like?


The Lewis Structure of Nitride N3- is [(:N:)=N=(:N:)](-). In this structure, the two Terminal Nitrogen atoms have 2 lone pairs having negative charges. The N in the middle has 2 double bonds without any lone pair.
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Its N=N=N with four electrons on each of the outer N's.
You can't make a very good lewis structure, because there isn't one. The negative ion you keep drawing is called azide. The neutral form of that molecule will have an unpaired electron
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