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Rank these bonds from most ionic to Most covalent in character Br-F Ca-F F-F Cl-F K-F
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Rank these bonds from most ionic to Most covalent in character Br-F Ca-F F-F Cl-F K-F

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Chemistry (please check)
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science
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Chemistry
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Chemistry
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Science help!
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asked by Anonymous on October 5, 2014
chemistry
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Chemistry
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chemistry
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ionic or covalent
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CHM
Predict whether the following bonds are ionic, covalent, or polar covalent based on the bonding atoms electronegativities: N2 The Al-O bond in Al2O3 MgO CuS

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Chemistry
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Chemistry
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Chemistry
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Chemistry
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chemistry
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Chemistry-Bonding
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chemistry
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Chemistry
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Chemistry
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Chemistry
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asked by P on September 29, 2016
chemistry
Indicate the number of covalent bonds that each nonmetal atom is expected to form. a. Se is expected to form 2 covalent bonds. b. H is expected to form 1 covalent bonds. c. Br is expected to form 1 covalent bonds. d. N is expected to form 3 covalent bonds.

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Chemistry PLZ HELP!!!!!
Tell whether the bonds between the following atoms are polar covalent or pure covalent bonds. a. Si-Si b. H-O c. C-H d. C-O e. Cl-F f. Cl-Cl g. N-H h. O-O

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Chemistry;Check?!
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Chemistry
In a methane molecule (CH4) there are 4 single covalent bonds. In an octane molecule (C8H18) there are 25 single covalent bonds. How does the number of bonds affect the dispersion forces in samples of methane and octane? Which compound is a gas at room

asked by Taylor on March 17, 2009
Chem
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Chemistry (Check)
True, False, or Sometimes true 1)A bond in which one atom contributes both bonding electron is called a polyatomic covalent bond.(True) 2)Carbon forms four single covalent bonds with other atoms. (Fales) True, False, or Sometimes true 1)A bond in which one

asked by Bryan on December 15, 2006
CHEMISTRY
1.What is the relationship between polarity of a molecule and boiling point? 2.How does a hydrogen bond’s strength compare to normal chemical bonds. such as covalent and ionic bonds? 3.Why don’t fish freeze to death when the water above them freezes in a

asked by Amy on January 15, 2015
Chemistry
Water’s unique properties allow it to- a.dissolve aqueous solutions b.dissolve ionic and nonpolar covalent molecules c.dissolve ionic and polar covalent molecules d.dissolve ionic, covalent and metallic molecules is it c, because i know water is polar?

asked by Boberto on April 5, 2016
Chemistry
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asked by marie(: on August 24, 2011
chemistry
Predict the number of covalent bonds formed by each nonmetal atom. a. N—–3 bonds b. Cl—–1 bond c. S—–2 bonds

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science
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Chemistry
Describe how covalent and ionic bonds differ with regard to bond strength and how is bond length related to stability ane energy?

asked by MF on January 2, 2010

Chemistry
What are some examples of covalent bonds? What are covalent bonds made of? Thanks.

asked by Brianne on March 4, 2009
chemistry
Which of the following consists of positive and negative ions bound together and held in place in a crystalline solid? A. Covalent bonds B. Ionic compounds C. Molecular compounds D. Molecules I say B

asked by shana on November 10, 2012
Chemistry
The dipole moment (μ) of HBr (a polar covalent molecule) is 0.851D (debye), and its percent ionic character is 12.6% . Estimate the bond length of the H−Br bond in picometers.

asked by Summer on November 18, 2013
Chemistry
The dipole moment (μ) of HBr (a polar covalent molecule) is 0.851D (debye), and its percent ionic character is 12.6% . Estimate the bond length of the H−Br bond in picometers.

asked by Summer on November 18, 2013
Chemistry
The dipole moment (mu) of HBr (a polar covalent molecule) is 0.851 D (debye), and its percent ionic character is 12.6 %. Estimate the bond length of the H-Br bond in picometers.

asked by Caitlin on October 7, 2011
chemistry
What kinds of elements form covalent bonds? What kinds of elements form ionic bonds? explain please help

asked by Anonymous on August 27, 2017
chemistry (go-over)
is this always true that the compound NH3 contains two double covalent bonds? and that the chemical formulas of molecular compounds show the number and type of atoms in each molecule. No. NH3 has no double bonds. It contains three covalent bonds, one

asked by Dennis on January 3, 2007
Chemistry
Why are the molecules of hydrocarbons nonpolar? The intermolecular attractions are strong. The electron pair is shared almost equally in all the bonds. All the bonds are single covalent bonds*** Van der Waals forces overcome polarity

asked by Abby on June 1, 2016
Science 6
during the process of photosynthesis, plants convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose. Covalent bonds hold the glucose molecules together. the energy stored in these covalent bonds is called? A:nuclear energy. B:thermal energy. C:electrical energy.

asked by Jaden on February 23, 2017
Solid State Chemistry
Which molecule ( KI or LiF ) has the higher boiling point? Select the single most important reason below to justify your choice should have the higher melting point Both molecules are nonpolar but the higher melting includes hydrogen bonding Both molecules

asked by KS on December 20, 2013

A&P
Compare ionic, covalent, and hydrogen bonding, and fully describe an example of each. Is this right and I need help with an example of a covalent bond. Ionic bond is formed from one metal and one non metal. It is a solid at room temperate. In an ionic bond

asked by Danielle on November 14, 2010
chm
Which of the following is a covalent compound composed of nonpolar covalent bonds? Answer >>H2 H2O CF4 CH4 NaF

asked by jj on February 26, 2013
physics
What is a covalent bond?what type of substance form covalent bonds?

asked by keria on January 21, 2012
Chemistry
Which substance ( HBr or HF ) has the higher boiling point? Its HF but chose one of the most appropriate reason. 1. Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling includes hydrogen bonding 2. Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling is more

asked by ss01 on October 12, 2013
CHEMISTRY HELP NOW PLZ!
which of the following coordination compounds will most likely form a precipitate when treated with an aquesous solution of silver(l) nitrate? A) [Cr(NH3)2CL3] B) [Cr(NH3)6]Cl3 C) [Cr(NH3)Cl]SO4 D) Na3[Cr(CN)6] E) Na[CrCl6] i think its either a or b but i

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