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1- Explain the difference between an ionic and a covalent bond by describing how and under what conditions each is formed. 2- Give an example of two elements that would form an ionic bond. 3- Give an example of two elements that would form a covalent bond. 4- Explain how the properties of ionic and covalent bonds vary. 5- Define organic compounds and where they would go in your diagram. 6- In the box underneath the diagram, explain why organic compounds are important to your own life 7-Explain any similarities between ionic and covalent bonds in the middle of the diagram

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    this is a study sheet for an up coming test so i can get a good grade please help me get prepared to study i dont have a book i can just look stuff up in i have to go to a class that teaches everything and we dont get the paper til afterword so it makes it really hard to take notes and remember everything

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    @ches this is really a large topic , jus check up an ebook or sthng ...

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  3. cheesesticks Group Title
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    what is that?

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    Or just google your questions...they are generalized topics. SO, you will get the answers easily.

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    k :/

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    like this http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistrystudentfaqs/f/bondtypes.htm

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    http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Organic_Chemistry/Fundamentals/Ionic_and_Covalent_Bonds

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    last but nt the least this http://www.diffen.com/difference/Covalent_Bonds_vs_Ionic_Bonds

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  9. AravindG Group Title
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    hope that solves ur doubts

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    the first one helped and yeah i get what you mean :D thanks a bunch

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    now... since this is a chemistry question, I'm gonna close it if you don't mind. next time please post this in chem, thanks.

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    its in my ipc class thought it was physical science and there is no physical science so physics was close. sorry.

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