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Whether you are a science teacher, an educator who wants to encourage more science discussion in the classroom, or a parent looking for ways to get your child excited about science, this blog post can help. The first […]

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Solids are divided into two categories: crystalline solids (solids with regular arrangement of their components), and amorphous solids (solids with disorder in the structure). Positions of the components in a solid can be represented by a lattice, a […]

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References: “Charles-Augustin de Coulomb – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.” Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 1 June 2009 . “Chemical Bonds.” Test Page for Apache Installation. 1 June 2009 . “Coulomb’s Law.” Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 20 May< http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coulomb%27s_ >. […]

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Answers: 1. Bonds are ionic when there is a large difference in electronegativities of the bonded atoms. Only c, e, and f are ionic.  Part a involves two of the same atoms bonded together – there is no […]

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Electrolysis 1.How many grams of Cl2 can be produced from aqueous KCl in 2.0 h with current of 30.0 A? First, find the half reaction. Cl2→2e-+2Cl- To convert coulombs to moles of electrons, you must know that 96485C=1Faraday […]

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-Bond: A bond is a force that holds groups of atoms together to make them function as a unit. -Bond energy: Energy that is needed to break a bond. -Bonding pairs: Pairs of electrons in space between atoms. […]

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Other sites about bonding energy: Using Bond Energies Bond Energy (Bond Enthalpy) Kent, “Mr. Kent’s Chemistry Page.” Mr. Kent’s Chemistry Regents Help and AP Chemistry Exam Review Pages. 1 Jun 2009 . Mr. Kent’s Chemistry Page                                                   […]

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By: Jessica Lei, Sharon Lew, Shelley Kuang, Sally Li     Mr. Fong’s AP Chemistry Class  Mods 14/15 Citations Zumdalh, Steven S. and Susan A.. Chemistry 7th Edition. Boston, MA: Hougton Mifflin Company, 2007. Print. Kent, “Mr. Kent’s Chemistry Page.” […]

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1.(NH4)2SO4 and Ca3(PO4)2 are compounds with both ionic and covalent bonds. 2. B. MgCl2  Mg2+ 2Cl–  Ionic bonding has both a cation and an anion which MgCl2  has. CCl4  FeCl3  both splits into anions. 3. C. A sample […]