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Hey! Heard we might be learning about intermolecular forces today!
I know there's 3 different types of those: covalent, metallic, and ionic. There's also two types of covalent bonds: polar and non-polar
No way! I know way to much about that already!
Uhh...a church now?
And before you ask: yes, atoms typically have big electromagnetic difference when they're in an ionic bond
Of course! Now, ionic bonds happen between metallic and non-metallic atoms. A transfer of electrons also occurs
The electrons then go and surround the positive ions
Metallic bonds happen between metal atoms. The atoms give up their valence electrons and change into cations.
So I kinda know some about polar and non-polar bonds. They share electrons when they're in covalent bonds.
Yup, that's true. They typically happen between non-metals, but can sometimes happen between a mental and non-metal. Oh, and I'm invisible now
In a PCB, valence electrons aren't shared equally between the atoms. They have a partial, but still relatively high, charge. The structure is also asymmetric.
The valence electrons are split equally in a NPCB. Diatomic molecules usually don't have a difference in electronegativity.
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