In other words what is the predominate inter particle

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In other words, what is the predominate inter -particle bond for
9/12/19, 6(39 PM Quiz 07 - Chemistry & Bonding 2: MAT E 273 Page 3 of 12 the materials listed below when they are present as solids. (Particle is generic for atom, ion, molecule.) Some options may be used more than once, or perhaps not at all. Hint: These should be fairly obvious cases that you can hopefully answer with simple logic, and a basic knowledge of the periodic table. Aluminum Metallic Silicon Covalent Lithium Fluoride (LiF) Keesom Neon London Water (again, not looking for the intramolecular bond here, but rather the intermolecular bond) Hydrogen Potassium Bromide (KBr) Keesom Brass (Copper + Zinc Alloy) Metallic
9/12/19, 6(39 PM Quiz 07 - Chemistry & Bonding 2: MAT E 273 Page 4 of 12 Germanium Covalent Silicon Carbide London Octane London Titanium Nitride Keesom Aluminum Oxide London 8 / 8 pts Question 2 Note: a given bond type may be used more than once for these responses, or possibly not used at all. metallic bonding is similar to ionic bonding, except their are no high-electronegativity atoms present to accept any electrons that the present atoms are willing to donate. covalent bonds are the only primary bonds that are themselves directionally dependent. (Hint: For one of the other primary bonds, a large collection of the particles will adopt a necessary geometry, but this is not directly caused by a constraint on where any two particles are allowed to "touch" one another.)
9/12/19, 6(39 PM Quiz 07 - Chemistry & Bonding 2: MAT E 273 Page 5 of 12 covalent bonds are responsible for binding atoms together within a molecule of propane, whereas London bonds bind separate propane molecules together in a condensed state. London bonds are responsible for binding noble gas atoms together in a condensed state.

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