Ah, more bonding. Of course, this is on a slightly larger scale – but obviously, we’re still talking molecular. So what are we covering? Well, the title probably gave it all away, because this is about giant structures – namely, those that are covalent, ionic and metallic. Ready? Then let’s begin…
Chemical bonding is literally “the thing” that means we exist today. It is the joining of two or more particles to create a newer, shinier particle. A good example of this is how two hydrogen atoms and a single oxygen atom chemically bond to form a water molecule (H2O). This article will go over the 3 types of bonding, explaining what each of them are/do.
So you might find yourself asking: How hard can bonding be?
Well it’s hard enough to make it a B grade topic, meaning it’s almost essential to learn if you’re wanting those higher grades. More »