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science project
Updated: 11/19/2019
science project
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  • What is the receptor site theory?
  • The things in tour nose that catch the smells of objects
  • Ah that makes more sense. Can you teach me about the difference between covalent and ionic bonds?
  • Yeah, covalent bonds are any elements while ionic bonds are compounded together
  • What makes polar different from non polar bonds?
  • Ah, simple question, non polar bonds are symmetrical
  • How do you use delta negative and delta positive
  • What ever has least elctronegativity is delta positive
  • Does the way a molecule is bonded affect the smell of the thing?
  • Why yes it actually does, if any molecule has nitrogen the smell becomes fishy, and is an amine.
  • Whats the difference between polar covalent nonpolar covalent bonds?
  • Ionic bonds are called polar covalent. While non polar covalent bonds equally share bonds and electrons
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