Directions: On the topic of chemical bonds. Group the compounds into two groups according to their properties. List the properties of each group....
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Directions: Please help me answer the questions below the provided table. On the topic of chemical bonds.


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1.  Group the compounds into two groups according to their properties.  List the properties of each group.  Include melting point (high or low), the conductivity of an aqueous solution, and solubility in water.  Ex: Group one consists of (name compounds.)  They generally have (discuss properties.)  Group two consists (name compounds.)  They generally have (discuss properties.)


2.  Do all the members of the group exhibit all the properties?  Give specific examples from this experiment.


3.  Determine which of the groups consists of ionic compounds and which consists of molecular compounds.  

a. Summarize the properties of ionic compounds.  

b. Summarize the properties of molecular compounds. 

c.  Using evidence from the table to support your conclusions. 


4.  How is a melting point related to the strength of attractive forces between the particles of a compound?  Which are stronger, ionic bonds or intermolecular forces?  Which have higher melting points, ionic compounds, or molecular compounds?  Cite evidence from the table to support your answers.

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