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For questions about chemical bonds (ionic/covalent/etc.), their properties (length, energy, angle, etc.) or their relation to other molecular properties (intermolecular forces/dipole moment/etc.). Do not confuse this tag with [lewis-structures], [dipole], [intermolecules-forces], etc.

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Chemisorption means chemical reaction occurs during absorption process, and any bond type other than intermolecular forces (dipole-dipole, H-bond, Van Der Waals) is possible. Activated carbon absorb …
answered May 24 '14 by Ian Fang
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First of all! Metal do form covalent bond. It is very common in transition metal like platinum, palladium. However, it is not the way you are talking about. Typically, when pure metal atoms bond together, they prefer metallic bond. …
answered Aug 6 '13 by Ian Fang
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The hypervalent carbon do exist. Look at this article: Kin-ya Akiba, et. al., J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005, 127 (16), 5893–5901. X-ray measurements confirmed the 10-C-5 structure.
answered Oct 3 '13 by Ian Fang
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firstly melting point is not proportional to the strength of chemical bond. There are more factors such as flexibility of molecules. Boiling point is more proportional instead. More important, the … inter-particle forces to be compared among the organic compound vs ionic vs metallic compound is NOT among covalent bond vs ionic bond vs metallic bond. It is among intermolecular force (dipole-dipole …
answered May 24 '14 by Ian Fang