Bond types


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Adrienne B 1J
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Bond types

Postby Adrienne B 1J » Sat Jun 09, 2018 12:51 pm

What are the different types of bonds and what distinguishes them?

Jonathan Marcial Dis 1K
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Re: Bond types

Postby Jonathan Marcial Dis 1K » Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:24 pm

Hydrogen bonds
Polar covalent bonds
Non polar covalent bonds
Ionic bonds

Hydrogen: it’s when an oxygen, nitrogen, or fluorine atom with a lone pair interacts with the hydrogen bonded to another nitrogen, oxygen, or fluorine atom.

Polar covalent: a covalent bond where a pair of electrons are not equally shared between atoms. This is due to one atom having higher electronegativity than the other. For example H sharing with Cl

Non polar covalent: equal sharing of electrons. For example C sharing with C

Ionic bonds: When oppositely charged ions closely associate, usually in a crystal lattice

Hope this helped!

chemlover
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Re: Bond types

Postby chemlover » Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:56 pm

do we need to know this for the Final? Like what possible questions could be asked?

Lenaschelzig1C
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Re: Bond types

Postby Lenaschelzig1C » Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:40 pm

My guess is yes, and it is usually helpful to know what force is being used when completing a problem. :)

Kelsey Li 3B
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Re: Bond types

Postby Kelsey Li 3B » Sat Nov 10, 2018 11:08 pm

Hydrogen bonds occur when an O,N or F atom that has a lone pair interacts with the H that is bonded to another N,O or F atom.

Polar covalent bonds occur when a pair of electrons aren't equally shared between atoms and it's from one atom having a higher electronegativity than the other

Non polar covalent bonds occur with equal sharing of electrons

Ionic bonds occur when oppositely charged ions associate with each other


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