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    sigma bond (σ bond)

    covalent bond formed by overlap of atomic orbitals along the internuclear axis

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A group of atoms that are connected by chemical bounds
Valerie Reply
molecule
NARCOS_
what is molecules
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what atoms
Simon
What is collision theory
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what is the si unit for energy
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what is Charles law
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how do mass of solvent be gram or kilogram ?
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its a force a gas exerts on the wall of the container
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what is gas pressure
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write the electron configuration for probium
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what is an accuracy
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what is it
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accuracy has to do with speed
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what is titration curve
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explain gaslaws
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explain accuracy
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what is the functional group in this compound:CH3COCH2CH2-O-CH2
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properties of gas,liquid and solid
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what is de hardest element
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krypton
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Krypton is what number of element
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How to balance chemical equations
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hi
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please can I know the answer to that question
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hmm yes
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Sydney
First u carry out a displacement reaction on the elements , then secondly u carry out d atomic count
Sydney
The number of atoms that are present in d reactants must be the same in amount with d products
Sydney
simply because energy is never completely lost , it might be away for a while but b rest assured that it will return .
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u must first to arrange the reactant and the product.... then oxidation follow, after that rearrange the equation and cross multiply,...then balanced it....
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