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Unformatted text preview: 16. In a coordinate covalent bond, both of the electrons in the bond come from the same atom. In a regular covalent bond, each atom provides an electron to make the bond. 17. Since bond dissociation energy refers to how much energy is required to break a bond, higher bond dissociation energies make stronger bonds. It’s almost a matter of definition. 18. Ozone bounces back and forth between the two forms diagrammed below. 38. The atoms in a network solid are covalently bonded in a large array (or crystal), which can be thought of as a single molecule. 30. Quick answer: Gas A is 28.0 g/mol (nitrogen). Gas B is 64.1 g/mol (sulfur dioxide). Gas C is 16.0 g/mol (methane). 31. TE: “The balloons have the same number of molecules. Each balloon is filled with one mole of gas, and one mole of any gas has the same number of molecules. The masses of the balloons with differ.” 27. The three types of products that result from double displacement reactions are gas, precipitates, and molecular compounds. ...
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