CH 2 - Table 2.1|Section 2.3 Pg 31-33 Saturday, December...

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Table 2.1 |Section 2.3 Pg 31-33 Saturday, December 01, 2007 2:18 PM Covalent Bond - Sharing of Electron Pairs - Bond Energy (50-110) Ionic Bond - Attraction of opposite charges - Bond Energy (3-7) Hydrogen Bond - Sharing of H Atom - Bond Energy (3-7) Hydrophobic Interaction - Interaction of nonpolar substances in presence of polar substances (Especially Water) - Bond Energy (1-2) Van Der Waals Interaction - Interaction of electrons of nonpolar substances - Bond Energy - (1) Strongest Bond to Weakest Strong ----------------------------------Weaker ------------------------- Weakest Covalent - Ionic - Hydrogen - Hydrophobic - Van Der Waals Water (H20) - Polar molecule that can form hydrogen bonds, has tetrahedral shape, can store heat. Ice - Individual water molecules are held in place by hydrogen bonds, each water molecule is hydrogen-bonded to four other water molecules in a rigid crystalline structure. Not as tightly packed as they are in liquid water. MAIN: Solid water is less dense than liquid
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course BIO 1106 taught by Professor Youngblood,aaron during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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CH 2 - Table 2.1|Section 2.3 Pg 31-33 Saturday, December...

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