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Hey Chris! Did you study for the Chemistry quiz that we have today?
Of course! I'll explain you in our way to class.
Oh no! I tottally forgot! could you explain me whats the quiz going to be on?
The quiz is going to be based on intramolecular chemical forces. There are 3 types of intramolecular forces.
And what are they!?
Intramolecular forces are the forces that hold atoms together within a molecule. Each one with different characteristics.
Could you describe them for me?
OK what else?
Intramolecular forces can be either ionic, covalent, or metallic.
Ionic bonds occur between a metal and a non-metal were the metal loses electrons to become a cation while the nonmetal gains elecrons to become an anion.
NaCl for example, is an ionic bond where sodium becomes a cation and chlorine becomes an anion
OK, and what about covalent bonds?
Covalent bonds are bonds between atoms that have similar electronegativities and share their electrons. Depending on their END they can either be covalent or non-covalent
Cl-Cl for example, is a nonpolar covalent bond while H-Cl is a polar covalent bond.
I think I am starting to get it now, and what about metallic bonds?
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