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Unformatted text preview: Bond Classification Chemical Bonding Information Chart Formed When Bond Between ? Strength* atoms e s Transferred Ionic Bonds (f rom one atom to another, creating ions) Electrostatic attraction e s Shared Equally Covalent Bonds (between atoms, e s shared in pairs) NONPOLAR BOND COVALENT e s Shared Unequally (between atoms, e s shared in pairs) POLAR BOND COVALENT Hydrogen Bonds Relatively weak Metals and Nonmetals 47 cal/mol* (e.g. Na and Cl) Strong Nonmetals Single ~80* and Double ~150* Nonmetals Triple ~200* Strong Nonmetals Single ~80* and Double ~150* Nonmetals Triple ~200* Covalently bonded Relatively H’s attracted to W eak Negative entities ~5* Electrostatic attraction (≤5* in H carries partial proteins) positive charge (δ+) Page 1 of 1 Between covalently bonded H and some negative entity Bond / Compound Properties Salts, High mp, few atoms, watersoluble Bonds Nonpolar Tend to be water insoluble Bonds Polar Tend to be water soluble Contribute to the polarity of molecules, very important in biological molecules ver. 1.6 ...
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