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Chemical Bonds and Physical Properties
Chemical Bonds and Physical PropertiesAtomic mass of carbon `^12C_6` =12 Atomic number = 6 No. of Protons = 6 No. of Electrons = 6 Its electronic configruation is : In shell maximum no. of electrons=`2n^2 ,n=1,2,3,4..` So In K shell...
Chemical Bonds and Physical PropertiesHydrogen bonds are weaker than covalent bonds, but in large numbers they require a lot of heat energy to break apart. Water molecules attach to each other at the hydrogen's positive pole and the...
Chemical Bonds and Physical PropertiesA Chemical Bond is the force that attracts atoms together, allowing the formation of chemical compounds made of two or more atomic elements. Ionic and hydrogen bonds are both types of chemical...