1.2 Intramolecular Forces Worksheet

1.2 Intramolecular Forces Worksheet - Intramolecular Forces...

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Unformatted text preview: Intramolecular Forces Types of Bonds Worksheet Note: En = electronegativity ΔEn = change in electronegativity or electronegativity difference The symbol Δ is the capital Greek letter delta – stands for “change.” The symbol δ is the lower case Greek letter delta – stands for “partial charge.” δ+ -- stands for partial positive charge δ- -- stands for partial negative charge Table 1: Covalent & Ionic Bonding Elements Li & F En of 1st element En of 2nd element ΔEn Type of Bond Lewis Dot Diagrams Before Lewis Dot Diagrams After Na & Cl H & Cl H&H Elements H&C En of 1st element En of 2nd element ΔEn Type of Bond Lewis Dot Diagrams Before Lewis Dot Diagrams After H&O N&N C&O N&H ...
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