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Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure

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Chemical bonding and molecular structure comes under inorganic chemistry as it is any of the interactions that are responsible for the association of atoms into molecules, ions, crystals and other stable species that make up the familiar substances in the whole world. A chemical bond is defined as an attraction between two atoms, hence allowing the creation of chemical substances that possess more than two atoms. This kind of bond is created by a strong electromagnetic force that exists between two different and opposite charges, either due to attraction in the dipoles or in the nuclei and electrons. The presence of electrons in the nucleus results into a force of attraction between different nuclei which results into a chemical bond. Nevertheless, the assembly of different nuclei cannot disintegrate to a size predetermined by the quantity of these individual particles. Molecular structure holds a key to understanding nature’s complicated design mechanisms and blueprints.

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Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure

Presentations | English