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02 ElemMins - Compounds can be broken down into elements...

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Compounds can be broken down into elements
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The Periodic Table
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Apdx.04 a W. W. Norton The water molecule Two different representations
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Apdx.04 b W. W. Norton Representation of an atom (not to scale)
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Apdx.04 c W. W. Norton Another representation of an atom showing the number of electrons in energy shells
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Apdx.04 d W. W. Norton Still another view of an atom
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Apdx.05 W. W. Norton Ne atom, showing completely filled orbitals
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Apdx.07 W. W. Norton Three different isotopes of hydrogen
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Apdx.08 Different sizes of ions
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Apdx.09 W. W. Norton Ionic bonding
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Apdx.10 W. W. Norton Covalent bonding
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Apdx.11 W. W. Norton Metallic bonding
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Apdx.12 Polar molecules (such as water) dissolve ionic compounds
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Fig. 5.00 © 1998 Jeff Scovil Different forms of gem-quality aluminum oxide
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Fig. 5.03a Quartz crystal
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Fig. 5.03cd Disordered atoms Ordered arrangement of atoms
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Faces may look different, but angles between faces stay constant
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W. W. Norton Different forms of crystals
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Fig. 5.06 W. W. Norton The regular internal structure of a crystal can be revealed by x-ray generated patterns
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Fig. 5.07ab W. W. Norton Crystalline structure shows continually repeating pattern, like wallpaper designs
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