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Posted by mary on Friday, December 28, 2012 at 3:15pm.

The allene molecule has the following Lewis structure: H2C=C=CH2. Are all four hydrogen atoms in the same plane?
The allene molecule has the following Lewis structure: H2C=C=CH2. Are all four hydrogen atoms in the same plane? If not, what is the spatial relationship? Explain.

I know they are not in the same plane but i don't know how they are arranged and how to describe it.

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