Draw a molecule of
chloroform, CHCl 3, using solid, wedged, and dashed lines to show its tetrahedral geometry.
A solid line represents a bond lying in
the plane of the page, a wedged bond represents a bond pointing out of the plane of the page toward the viewer, and a dashed bond represents a bond pointing behind the plane of the page.
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