2B. 9

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Doris Cho 1D
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2B. 9

Postby Doris Cho 1D » Sat Nov 02, 2019 6:56 pm

for part b, why are p and k3 separated instead of bonded together?

Samuel Tzeng 1B
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Re: 2B. 9

Postby Samuel Tzeng 1B » Sat Nov 02, 2019 6:59 pm

It shows that they're bonded through ionic bonds rather than covalent bonds

chari_maya 3B
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Re: 2B. 9

Postby chari_maya 3B » Sat Nov 02, 2019 10:18 pm

How do you do part a, with ammonium chloride ?

Ixcel Guzman 4A
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Re: 2B. 9

Postby Ixcel Guzman 4A » Sat Nov 02, 2019 10:25 pm

chari_maya 3B wrote:for a, its an ionic compound not a molecular as expected because there exists exceptions to the nonmetal-metal ionic compound. So it essentially would be the same N in the middle with H surrounding it and a - outside to show its power. then the Cl next to it with the electrons showing.
for a, its an ionic compound not a molecular as expected because there exists exceptions to the nonmetal-metal ionic compound. So it essentially would be the same N in the middle with H surrounding it and a - outside to show its power. then the Cl next to it with the electrons showing.


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