Draw the Electron Dot Structures For Ethanoic Acid - Science

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Draw the electron dot structures for ethanoic acid

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\[\begin{array}{cc}
\phantom{.}\ce{H}\phantom{...}\ce{O}\phantom{.....}\\
\phantom{..}|\phantom{....}||\phantom{......}\\
\ce{H - C - C - O - H}\\
|\phantom{.........}\\
\ce{H}\phantom{.........}
\end{array}\]

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Chapter 4: Carbon and its Compounds - Exercises [Page 78]

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Chapter 4 Carbon and its Compounds
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