How do you write/draw a Lewis structure for N?

How do you write/draw a Lewis structure for N?

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class=answerHeader>Explanation: The Lewis structure of Nitrogen atom

can be drawn if one knows the number of valence electrons of Nitrogen.The

electronic configuration of Nitrogen is 1%s^2% 2%s^2% 2%p^3%
The

nitrogen atom has five electron present in 2s and 2p subshell and these

electrons are called valence electrons.Nitrogen atom has 5 valence

electrons, so its Lewis dot symbol for N is

This video shows how to use the periodic table to draw Lewis structures and

figure out how many valence electrons an atom has.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/79l5ucPy2RY
Video from: Noel PaullerHope

this helps!