Proper full Lewis structural diagram of Quinine?

In summary, the conversation is about finding a site or link that provides a full Lewis structural diagram of Quinine, including dipole forces to indicate its polarity. The molecule in question is Quinine and the person is seeking help in determining its polarity, with two links provided for reference. The person expresses gratitude for the help and mentions that drawing VSEPR shapes in the molecular diagram can be confusing, but the provided diagram was helpful.
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Bishav Brar
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Does anyone have a site or link where I can get a proper full Lewis structural diagram of Quinine? And if possible, the Dipole forces drawn on the diagram to indicate polarity. Thanks a ton.

Oh yes, and one more question. How do I determine the polarity of the whole molecule? The molecule being Quinine:

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can anyone help?
 
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Thanks a lot for those links! It's so confusing trying to draw the correct VSEPR shapes in the molecular diagram. That diagram helped a lot. Thanks again.
 

Related to Proper full Lewis structural diagram of Quinine?

1. What is Quinine?

Quinine is a naturally occurring alkaloid found in the bark of the Cinchona tree. It is commonly used as a medication to treat malaria.

2. What is the Lewis structure of Quinine?

The Lewis structure of Quinine is a diagram that shows the arrangement of atoms and bonds in the molecule. It consists of a central carbon atom bonded to three nitrogen atoms, two double bonds, and several single bonds.

3. Why is it important to draw a proper full Lewis structure of Quinine?

Drawing a proper full Lewis structure of Quinine helps us understand the molecule's bonding and molecular geometry. It also allows us to predict its chemical and physical properties.

4. How do you draw a proper full Lewis structure of Quinine?

To draw a proper full Lewis structure of Quinine, start by determining the total number of valence electrons in the molecule. Then, arrange the atoms in a way that satisfies the octet rule for all atoms. Finally, add lone pairs and multiple bonds as needed to complete the structure.

5. Can you show an example of a proper full Lewis structure of Quinine?

Yes, the proper full Lewis structure of Quinine is shown below. Each line represents a bond, and each dot represents a valence electron. The total number of valence electrons in this structure is 42, which satisfies the octet rule for all atoms.

Lewis structure of Quinine

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