8 Answered Questions for the topic Ionic Bond

11/21/17

Are covalent bonds stronger than ionic bonds

The experimental lattice enthalpy of a compound gets more exothermic than the theoretical lattice enthalpy of the compound if it has more covalent characteristics.This is because theoretical... more

09/28/17

Ionic compound. How does monatomic work? For instance iron can make Fe2+ and Fe3+ how and why? Please help

Ionic compound/bond. How does monatomic work? For instance iron can make Fe2+ and Fe3+ how and why? Please help   Where does the 2 and 3 come from in Fe2/3+? Ive heard it is to balance the... more

05/29/17

Describe three differences between ionic and covalent bonds.

Describe three differences between ionic and covalent bonds.

02/17/17

Ionic bond between elements

would you expect the ionic bond that exists between potassium and fluorine to be stronger or weaker than the ionic bond that exists between magnesium and oxygen? And why?

01/15/17

When ionic compounds dissolve in water their cations and anions become less attracted to each other. Does this support the idea that ionic compounds are good co

When ionic compounds dissolve in water their cations and anions become less attracted to each other. Does this support the idea that ionic compounds are good conductors when dissolved? Explain.    

10/16/16

Why does sodium fluoride has a higher boiling point than lithium fluoride?

Sodium has a larger ionic radius than lithium, so we would expect sodium fluoride to have a weaker ionic bond than lithium fluoride. However, this is not so, as instead sodium fluoride has a higher... more

09/19/16

What is the formula of the ionic compound ..

a. that contains only potassium and carbonate ions? b. that contains only calcium and carbonate ions? c. that contains only copper (II) and bisulfate ions? d. that contains only ammonium and... more

03/19/16

Difference between polar and non-polar molecules?

1. What is the difference between polar and non-polar molecules? From my understanding polar molecules transfer electrons, while non-polar molecules share electrons.   2. What are some substances... more

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