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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 ...
A summary of different types of chemical bonding and the resultant properties of molecules. Includes additional resources to facilitate understanding.
CFC's and the Ozone Layer for Chemistry Students
What is ozone and how it works as a protective molecule for our environment?
What are the effects of CFCs on the ozone layer?
What other alternatives you can think of to diminish environmental impact of CFCs?
Draw the electron dot structure of ozone, and explain its molecular shape and properties. Is ozone a covalent molecule?
Is it polar or non polar? Why? How reactive is ozone? Can you comment or show reactions of ozone with pollutants or chemicals in the atmosphere?View Full Posting Details