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chemistry
Updated: 11/20/2019
chemistry
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  • So today we are learning about Intramolecular Forces.
  • Also, there are 2 types of covalent: polar and non polar
  • By: Nikoli Oudo
  • All I know is that there are 3 types of which are metallic, ionic, and covalent.
  • It's mainly because the electrons are not equally shared because one atom spends more time with the electrons than the other atom.
  • Polar covalent is where a pair of electrons aren't shared between two atoms.
  • Polar Covalent
  • Also, these shared electrons for a molecule and it is all because of nonpolar covalent.
  • Difference with nonpolar and polar is that the two atoms do share a pair of electrons.
  • Nonpolar Covalent
  • Ionic Bonding happens when a positively charged ion forms a bond with negatively charged atoms and....
  • One atom transfers electrons to another. For example, Sodium Chloride is an Ionic bond. I can't have you say everything haha.
  • Ionic Bonding
  • Bonding also helps people with other senses, not just smelling or tasting. It mostly helps the newborns because they don't know anything yet in the new world.
  • Bonding is what makes the smells. Smell is very important because people need a way to taste the food.
  • Relationship between bonding and smell
  • THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! HOPE YOU ALL LEARNED SOMETHING NEW!
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