Types of Bonding and Structure

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  • Bonding and Structure
    • Ionic Substances
      • Ionic Bonding
        • The electrostatic attraction between positive and negative ions
          • Positive metal ion and negative non-metal ions
        • Positive metal ion and negative non-metal ions
      • Giant Lattice Structure
        • High Melting and boiling points
          • Solid at R.Temp
        • Can not conduct electricity as a solid
          • Can conduct as a liquid or some when dissolved in water
    • Covalent Substances
      • Covalent Bonds
        • Two shared electrons joining atoms together
        • Giant Covalent Substances
          • Covalent Substances
            • Covalent Bonds
              • Two shared electrons joining atoms together
              • Giant Covalent Substances
                • Constant Geometric Lattice
                  • Very high melting and boiling points
                  • Do not conduct electricity except graphite
              • Molecular Substances
                • Molecules made by strong covalent bonds
                  • Held together by weak intermolecular forces
                    • Molecular Substances
                      • Molecules made by strong covalent bonds
                        • Held together by weak intermolecular forces
                          • Low melting and boiling points
                          • Do not conduct electricity
                    • Low melting and boiling points
                    • Do not conduct electricity
          • Constant Geometric Lattice
            • Very high melting and boiling points
            • Do not conduct electricity except graphite
    • Metallic Substanes
      • Metallic Bonding
        • The attraction between the nucleus of metal atoms and delocalised electrons
      • Giant lattice of atoms in a cloud of delocalised electrons
        • High Melting Points
        • Conduct electricity through delocalised electrons
        • Layers of atoms can slide, making it malleable
          • Alloys make them less malleable by disrupting uniform layers

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