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In lecture we drew the Lewis Dot structure for Ammonium Sulfate by drawing two diagrams, one for NH4, and the other for SO4. Is it possible to draw one diagram for Ammonium Sulfate as a whole? In other words, are NH4 and SO4 bonded in anyway?
Actually he drew the Lewis dot structures for salts like KF. The only difference was that he used square brackets to differentiate the individual charges of the ions. So, I believe you could do the same for ammonium sulfate (there would be two ammonium ions since it has a plus one charge while sulfate has a minus 2 charge) if you isolate the three ions with square brackets and their charges.
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