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Bonds
Updated: 11/20/2019
Bonds
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  • Hey bob, do you know what we are going to be learning in class today?
  • I'm not sure but I heard that we might be learning about instamolecular forces and I think I over heard someone saying that there are three kinds such as Metallic, Ionic, and covalent
  • Today we will be learning about ionic bonds. The definition of ionic bond is when a positively charged ion forms a bond with a negatively charged ions and one atom transfers electrons to another.
  • An example of an ionic bond would be Sodium chloride. This is because sodium is a metal and chloride is a non-metal. Two different charged atoms come together which is why this is a ionic bond.
  • What would be an example of an ionic bond?
  • Ionic Bonds
  • Covalent bonds are the bonds between two non-mental atoms. A covalent bond involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms.
  • An example would be Methane (CH4). Each hydrogen atom has one electron, they are able to fill their outermost shells by sharing a pair of electrons through a covalent bond.
  • Polar covalent bonds are having a partial positive charge and a partial negative charge. Non polar covalent bonds are bonds between two identical atoms and they have the same electronegativity value.
  • Covalent Bonds
  • What would be an example of a covalent bond?
  • Metallic Bonds are caused between metal atoms. A metallic bond is a type of chemical bond formed between positively charged atoms.
  • Yes! That is correct. The negative electrons are going to become in a group around the positive electron atoms.
  • DO the Metallic bonds give up their valence electrons and become cations?
  • Metallic Bonds
  • Now, for the smells, the receptor site must be able to fit in with the molecular formula and the molecule in order to be compatible.
  • Functional groups consist of putting together the elements such as C for carbon or O for oxygen to be able to get a chain of the formula of the compound.
  • As for the functional groups, what are those exactly?
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