I have to draw a Newman projection for a molecule, sighting along the bond between a carbon and nitrogen. Given that the nitrogen is behind the carbon from this viewing angle, how would I depict the nitrogen? I know that I cannot draw it as a circle, as that represents carbon, so I am assuming that it is not possible to draw a Newman projection of this molecule from this particular angle. Is that a valid assumption?
And, if that is true, what would be considered an acceptable answer to that question? Should I just draw a standard 3D structure from the proposed viewing angle?