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Chem 2
Updated: 10/29/2020
Chem 2
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  • Oh, that's nice
  • COVALENT BONDS
  • Well, the two forces cancel out and a covalent bond forms where the potential energy is at a minimum
  • Water!? That's so cool. How do you know it's covalent?
  • COVALENT BONDS
  • Water is a great example of covalent bonds. Water has two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. The hydrogen atoms attach to the oxygen with this bond.
  • Wow, these bonds are so cool.
  • COVALENT BONDS
  • Low melting and boiling pointDon't conduct electricityUsually liquids or gasesBonds can be easily broken
  • CHARACTERISTICS
  • We know ionic bonds normally form between nonmetals and metals, covalent bonds often happen primarily between nonmetals.
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