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barium nitrate
Ba(NO₃)₂
oxygen dichloride
OCl₂
Cr(NO₂)₂
chromium(II)nitrite
silver sulfate
Ag₂SO₄
NaOH
sodium hydroxide
CBr₄
carbon tetrabromide
NH₃
ammonia
methane
CH₄
diphosphorus trisulfide
P₂S₃
HCl
hydrochloric acid
sulfuric acid
H₂SO₄
HNO₃
nitric acid
acetic acid
HC₂H₃O₂
NO₃
nitrogen trioxide
N₂
nitrogen
H₂O
water
iron(III)oxide
Fe₂O₃
sodium carbonate
Na₂CO₃
lithium cyanide
LiCN
ammonium phosphate
(NH₄)₃PO₄
diatomic elements
H₂ N₂ O₂ F₂ Cl₂ Br₂ I₂
shape and polarity of CO₂
linear nonpolar
shape and polarity of BF₃
trigonal planar nonpolar
shape and polarity of H₂O
bent polar
shape and polarity of CCl₄
tetrahedral nonpolar
shape and polarity of NF₃
trigonal pyramidal polar
strongest bond and relative length of this bond
triple shortest
weakest bond and relative length of this bond
single longest
usually high melting point, conduct electricity when melted or dissolved in water
ionic
usually low melting point, do not conduct electricity
covalent
High molecular mass, structure usually in chain form
Proteins & polymers
Highest melting point, all covalent bonds
Network solids
Structure of ice in 3D
Molecular solid
Sharing of electrons
Covalent bonds
Transfer of electrons
Ionic bonds
Sea of electrons
Metallic bonds/metals
Ductile, conduct electricity/heat, malleable, can form alloys
Metals
Crystal lattice of ions
Ionic
Polar covalent bonds
Uneven sharing of electrons
Which part of the water molecule is the most electronegative?
Oxygen