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Sub-index 3: Covalent bonding - structure & properties of small molecules

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3a. Introduction to covalent bonding - what is a covalent bond?

3b. Draw electronic diagrams of small covalent molecules, working out a formula

3c. Electron configuration, elements in the periodic table forming covalent bonds

3d. The covalent bonding in the hydrogen molecule

3e. The covalent bonding in the chlorine molecule

3f. The covalent bonding in the hydrogen chloride molecule

3g. The covalent bonding in the water and hydrogen sulfide molecules

3h. The covalent bonding in the ammonia molecule

3i. The covalent bonding in the methane molecule

3j. The covalent bonding in the oxygen molecule

3k. The covalent bonding in the carbon dioxide molecule

3l. The covalent bonding in the ethene molecule

3m. The covalent bonding in the nitrogen molecule

3n. The covalent bonding in the ethane molecule

3o. The covalent bonding in the chloromethane molecule

3p. The covalent bonding in the methanol molecule

3q Explaining the properties of small covalently bonded molecules

3r. The covalent bonding in the ethanol molecule


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