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Description Term % Correct
Bond generally between metals & non-metals where electrons are transferred from the metal (cation) to the non-metal (anion)/electronegativity difference is greater than 1.7Ionic
88.4%
Formed by atoms with similar electronegativity/generally non-metals/atoms share electrons/electronegativity difference is 0.4 or lessCovalent
81.4%
Strongest intermolecular bond/dipole-dipole bond/can occur between molecules or within molecule/causes high boiling point of water/occurs w/highly electronegative atom bonded to HHydrogen
77.9%
Covalent bond where 2 lobes of one involved orbital overlap 2 lobes of the other involved orbital/does not allow for rotationPi
73.3%
Collective name for non-polar intermolecular forces/allows geckos to climb wallsVan der Waals
69.8%
covalent bond between 2 amino acid moleculesPeptide
65.1%
Strongest type of covalent bond/formed by head-on overlapping between orbitals/alone it allows for rotationSigma
65.1%
Carbon double bond requires one of each of these bondsSigma & Pi
61.7%
Description Term % Correct
Concept of mixing atomic orbitals into new hybrid orbitals suitable for the pairing of electrons to form chemical bonds in valence bond theory/for explaining molecular geometry Hybridization
59.3%
Attractive force between positive end of 1 polar molecule & neg end of another/weaker than ionic or covalent/must be close together/occur between molecules w/permanent polarityDipole-Dipole
55.8%
Covalent bond that joins a carbohydrate to another group which may or may not be another carb/has S-, C-, N-, & O-types/α- & β- types are based on stereochemistryGlycosidic
54.7%
Covalent bond between atoms w/different electronegativities/electrons spend more time around atom w/higher electronegativity/electronegativity difference between 0.4 & 1.7Polar Covalent
54.7%
Weakest intermolecular force/temporary attractive force that results when the electrons in two adjacent atoms occupy positions that make the atoms form temporary dipolesLondon Dispersion
52.3%
Model used in chemistry to predict the geometry of individual molecules from the number of electron pairs surrounding their central atomsValence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR ) Theory
52.3%
Arises from electrostatic attractive force between conduction electrons & positively charged metal ions/sharing of free electrons in a lattice of positively charged ionsMetallic
48.3%
Forms links between nucleic acids/make up backbone of strands of DNA/exactly 2 of the hydroxyl groups in H3PO4 react w/hydroxyl groups on other molecules to form 2 ester bondsPhosphodiester
44.6%

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