Monthly Archives: February 2015

Three Questions 

1. What have you completed recently? I have taken a test in chemistry, read about world war 1, and played new orchestra music.  2. What have you learned recently?  I learned about molecular geometry in chemistry and about the stock … Continue reading

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Solid bonds & Properties

There are four types of solids: 1. Metallic: composed of only metal atoms and held together by metallic bonds. Electrons in metallic solids are delocalized, meaning that electrons move freely from atom to atom expanding the molecular oribitals across the … Continue reading

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Three Questions

Recently I’ve read up on the gilded and progressive ages in America. In chemistry I started to construct geometrical shapes of covalent bonds I’ve learned all about the formations of covalent bonds and how to draw their Lewis dot structures. … Continue reading

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Soap and Pepper Repulsion and Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular forces are responsible for the solubility, viscosity, and phase changes of substances. London Dispersion IMF’s are exerted by any atom or molecule with electrons, this attraction pushes electrons to one side of an atom creating a temporary dipole. Dipole-dipole … Continue reading

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