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Does the nature of the bonding between atoms lead to different physical and chemical properties for a compound?

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Yes, the nature of the bonding between atoms definitely leads to different physical and chemical properties for a compound.

To illustrate this point, let's use the example of ionic and covalent bonds. Ionic bonds result from the attraction between two oppositely charged atoms (called ...

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A summary of different types of chemical bonding and the resultant properties of molecules. Includes additional resources to facilitate understanding.

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