Lewis structure of H2S2 (Hydrogen disulfide)

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The lewis structure of H2S2 is very similar to the lewis structure of H2O2.

  • H2S2 lewis structure is made up of two sulfur (S) atoms that are situated in the middle position. The two hydrogens (H) atoms are in a terminal position.
  • In the H2S2 lewis structure, a total of 4 lone pairs and 3 bond pairs are present.

h2s2 lewis structure

H2S2 lewis structure

It should be noted that, in lewis’s structure, the lone pairs are represented as dots and bond pairs are as single, double, or triple bonds.

  • By looking at the H2S2 Lewis structure, we see, there are 8 dot electrons means 4 lone pairs present. [∴ 2 dot electrons means one lone pair).
  • Also, three single bonds are present in the structure, which means three bond pairs are also present in the lewis structure of H2S2.

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