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    Chemical Bonding

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    Topic 1: Chemical bonding 1.True or False: An Ion is when an atom gains or loses an electron. 2.What is a Cation? An ion with a (+) charge. 3.True or False: An Anion does not have a (-) charge. 4.What type of bonding transfers electrons? Ionic bonding 5.What are all the types of chemical bonds? Ionic, Covalent, and Metallic bonding. 6.What do you call an element that has different forms . Isotopes 7.Which type of bonding is the “strongest”? Ionic bonding 8.True or False: Ionic bonds are formed from metal and neutral atoms. 9.True or False: Covalent bonds are NOT made from neutral and neutral atoms. 10.How does a covalent bond form? From nonmetal and nonmetal atoms. 11.True or False: Metallic bonds can be formed by metal and neutral atoms.…

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    Sucrose Results

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    My results support this hypothesis evidently due to it melting third. Although sucrose has all of the intermolecular forces and at a greater amount than glucose, it has however, covalent bonds which are much weaker than the ionic bonds within salt. This is due to the fact that sucrose has 22 hydrogen atoms and 12 carbon atoms along with 11 oxygen atoms. This provides for lots of hydrogen bonding and dispersion forces as well as dipole-dipole to be present but those ionic bonds are simply not…

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    It has hydrogen bonding meaning stronger intermolecular forces, has 6 carbons leading to a bigger size molecule, and has a larger surface area resulting the highest boiling point. Hexanone depicts the dipole-dipole intermolecular force which makes it weaker than the hydrogen force, and the branched chain of the hexanone makes it have a low boiling point than the 1- Hexanol. 3-methyl-1-butanol will have a boiling point lower than 1-pentanol because branched chain means smaller surface area and…

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    Magnesium has two valence electrons and bromine has seven valence electrons. This means that within their chemical bond, magnesium looses its valence electrons to bromine. Ionic compounds are created from a metal and a nonmetal. In Magnesium bromide, Magnesium is the metal and Bromine is the nonmetal. Ionic compounds tend to high melting points. Magnesium bromide has a melting point of 1,312 degrees Fahrenheit and 711 degrees celsius. It is soluble in water and is conductive.Within this ionic…

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    When we move down a group in the table the electronegativity decreases this is due to the atomic number which increases down the group this causes a bigger distance between the electron and the nucleus so the atomic radius is bigger. So we can see electronegativity is the tendency of measure of an atom attracting a bonding pair of electrons. A Pauling scale is usually used for electronegativity values. Electronegativity can affect bonding of pure substances and solutions. Substances that…

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    Have you ever witnessed someone go through a breakup? Perhaps you have experienced one yourself? Just like falling in love, break ups are amongst the most common journeys in life an individual will most likely have to experience within their lifetime. Unfortunately, being in a relationship doesn’t always work out as planned. Depending on certain factors, ending a relationship can have some serious consequences on individuals, specifically on college students. Breakups can reassure a person of…

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    A key aspect of humanity is the ability for people to form bonds between each other and create relationships, both intimately and in a broader sense. These bonds which people form are what define humanity. These bonds can both be positive and negative in nature, however every relationship can create a strain on people in that relationship. Sometimes even when it is a loving relationship strain can be in place, which highlights the complexity of human relationships. Pat Barker and Jonathon…

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    Place Attachment Analysis

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    2.4 Place attachment Essentially, the term place attachment refers to ‘affective bond’ between people (individuals or group) and a significant environment, which is developing over time (Scannell and Gifford, 2010). However, due to ‘the proliferation of concepts and measurements proposed for characterising emotional bonds between humans and places’ (Manzo and Devine-Wright, 2014, p. 125), place attachment has a diversity of definitions. These definitions, however, remain scattered in the…

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    IMVU Community Analysis

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    Moreover, in Turkles Alone Together, she exemplifies her worry for online social networking sites because of their ability to allow humans to edit themselves and manage their relationships (2011). Throughout my interaction with the IMVU community, I found that numerous people using online communities to build relationships were looking for a way out of their past imperfect ones. They loved being able to communicate when they felt like it and return to the real world where the relationship no…

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    An Abundance of Katherines by John Green is a brilliant yet complex novel. The book answers the questions of why doesn’t the one I thought could love me, doesn’t? What would happen if I was left alone? What would happen if I didn’t matter or I won’t be remembered? The author, John Green, writes a story so compelling that it makes you want to keep reading and never stop. The book takes place in Gutshot Tennessee where the main character, Colin Singleton and his bestfriend Hassan end up during…

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