## Organic Chemistry (8th Edition)

Draw a carbon wherever two lines meet and, a line begins and ends. And then add the number of hydrogens so that each carbon has four bonds. The molecular formula is $C_6H_{13}N$
1) Draw a carbon wherever two lines meet and, a line begins and ends. 2) Draw a bond between nitrogen and hydrogen, and a lone pair on nitrogen. 3) Then add the number of hydrogens so that each carbon has four bonds. 4) Count the number of C, H and N. In this structure there are 6 Carbons, 13 hydrogens and 1 nitrogen. Thus the molecular formula is $C_6H_{13}N$