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Name 3 types of bonding
Metallic, Ionic and Covalent
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What is metallic bonding between?
metal+metal
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What is ionic bonding between?
non-metal+metal
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What is Covalent bonding between?
non-metal+non-metal
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What are the 2 types of covalent bonding?
Covalent bonding in a giant structure or in a molecular structure.
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What structure do molecular covalently bonded substances have?
Strong covalent bonds inside molecule.
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Conductivity of molecular covalent?
Poor conductivity due to lack of charged particles.
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High or low bpt of molecular covalent?
Low mpt/bpt due to weak intermolecular bonds.
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Are molecular covalent soluble?
Mostly insoluble.
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Give 3 examples of molecular covalently bonded substances.
Water, Iodine, Fluorine
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What structure do giant covalently bonded substances have?
In a lattice structure
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Conductivity of giant covalent?
Poor, due to the electrons not being able to move and form a flow of charge. Graphite is the only giant covalently bonded conductor.
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Do giant covalently bonded substances have a high or low bpt/mpt?
High bpt/mpt due to all the atoms being linked by strong covalent bonds.
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Are giant covalent soluble?
No
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Give 3 example of giant covalently bonded substances
Diamond, Graphite, Sand
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What structure is metallic bonding?
Giant lattice
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High or low mpt/bpt in metallic bonding?
High mpt/bpt due to the strong electrostatic forces of attraction between the sea of electrons and the positive ions.
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Conductivity of metallically bonded substances?
Good conductivity as the sea of electrons can move to form a flow of charge.
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Solubility of metallically bonded substances?
Insoluble but some react.
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Give 3 examples of metallically bonded substances
Iron, Copper, Silver
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What structure is ionic bonding?
Giant lattice
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High or low mpt/bpt in ionic bonding?
High mpt/bpt due to strong ionic bonds.
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Conductivity of ionically bonded substances?
Poor in a solid, but when molten the charged particles can move to form a flow of charge.
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Solubility of ionically bonded substances?
Soluble in water.
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Give 3 examples of ionic bonding
Magnesium Oxide, Lithium Fluoride, Barium Phosphide
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What is an ionic bond?
Metals giving electrons to a non-metal so both substances can have a full outer shell. The metals become positively charged and the non-metals become negatively charged.
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What is a covalent bond?
A shared pair of electrons so both substances can have a full outer shell.
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What is a metallic bond?
A strong electrostatic force of attraction between positive metal ions and a 'sea' of delocalised electrons.
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