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  • Today I will learn about the location of electrons and their impact on partial charges
  • Mother I will also be learning about the differences between polar covalent, no polar covalent, and ionic bonding. Also the relationship between bond and smell
  • Very cool. Then you must also be learning about how electrons and their location changes the partial charges. This means that when most of the electrons are on one part of the molecule it makes that part the most negative of the atom pulling the most electrons,
  • I smell stinky
  • Well I learned that you smell the stinky by neurons in the back of your nose called olfactory epitheliums. These neurons all have different shapes and there is 40 million different neurons for smelling. These different smells have different partial charges, so they are attracred to the different receptors that have the opposite partial charge creating a bond which is the smell.
  • Well the difference is that nonpolar covalent are relatively even bonds between atoms with similair electronegativity values
  • Whats the difference between polar covalent, ionic, and nonpolar covalent
  • In polar covalent the elctrons are shared unevenly due to one of the atoms having a higher electronegativy value pulling more electrons
  • Whats the difference between covalent, ionic, and nonpolar covalent
  • Finally in Ionic bonding the atom with the higher electronegativity takes all of the electrons and splits causing the other one to be came positive where then they atract to each other
  • Whats the difference between covalent, ionic, and nonpolar covalent
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