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?
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.
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?
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?