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WHY THE IONIC REACTIONS ARE FASTER?
How are reactions related to chemical bonds? The type of bond has a great effect on the rate of reaction or speed of reaction. Here we are going to discuss why and how it happens, First of all in case of ionic compounds:- Lets take example of Sodium hydroxide and Hydrochloric acid NaOH (aq) +Continue reading “WHY THE IONIC REACTIONS ARE FASTER?”
Why is an ionic bond not double or triple like a covalent bond?
To understand this we have to go in depth , that how the ionic bond is formed? Ionic bond is a bond basically formed due to strong electrostatic forces of attraction which is totally different from the covalent bond. Ionic bond is formed between atoms with very different ionisation energy and electron affinity. This situationContinue reading “Why is an ionic bond not double or triple like a covalent bond?”
Is Br2 an ionic or a covalent bond?
Br2 is a homoatomic molecule, a molecule with same kind of atoms. So here the electronegativity of both the atoms is same so the shared pair is equally attracted by the two atoms. There is not a chance of transfer of electrons from one atom to another. And thus they go for sharing of electronsContinue reading “Is Br2 an ionic or a covalent bond?”
Covalent bonds versus ionic bonds.
There are two types of bonds that can be formed Either by sharing of electrons , that is covalent bond. Or 2. By transfer of electrons , that is ionic bond. Now the question is that , why to go for covalent bond? An important aspect of ionic bond is that the difference of electronegativityContinue reading “Covalent bonds versus ionic bonds.”
What causes Ionic bonds to form? Use NaCl (table salt) as an example to explain the formation of ionic bonds.
it is a very common question and common example too. i would love to answer. Most people say it is the bond formed due to the transfer of electrons, but this explanstion is not complete. Ionic bond is the bond formed due to strong electrostatic forces of attraction between two oppositely charged ions. here isContinue reading “What causes Ionic bonds to form? Use NaCl (table salt) as an example to explain the formation of ionic bonds.”