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Where can i find drawing of electron dot stuctures for compounds like BR2 and HCN

HCN is at the link below.

http://dl.clackamas.edu/ch106-01/formulas.htm

I couldn't find one for Br2 on line but here is how it will look.
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That is 14 electrons around Br2. I hope this comes out right. If not I will try to adjust the spacing to make it look better.


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