Chemistry Bonding Study Guide Public

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Welcome to this Bonding revision course. The course covers Structure and Bonding and how structure influences the properties and uses of substances which are assessed on Chemistry exams. The Course structure is a number of study notes and some visual aids to give you a comprehensive understanding of Bonding. The knowledge is re-enforced with a flashcard deck of key terms and finally you can test your knowledge with our revision quiz.

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Course Introduction Welcome to our Bonding and Structure.  The following information, included in this course, is assessed at Higher Tier only: Metallic bonding Properties of thermosoftening polymers in terms of intermolecular forces
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So let's begin with the basics around ionic bonding and compounds. Dive into to this illustrated study note to discover how does ionic bonding work and to learn all about the properties of ionic compounds.
This is the study note for learning all things covalent bonding! Our comprehensive resource covers how covalent bonding works, give examples of covalent bonding and explores the differences between covalent and ionic bonding. It's all here.
Get the overview metallic bonding with this easy to grasp visual mind map. Mind maps are a great way to present information as the ability to see items in context greatly adds to understanding.
Let's get down to the details. Nanoscience is the study of structures and materials on the scale of nanometers. Learn more about fullerines, carbon nanotubes, nanoparticles and polymers in this note that likes the little things.
Time to take a check on the basics - if you don't know what the terms used in this course mean, you will never be able to grasp the ideas. This bonding flashcard set presents all the key terms with explanations in an easy to flip through deck.
As we reach the end of the course it's time to test yourself. How much of the course do you truly know. This 19 question and answer quiz serves as ideal preparation for your GCSE Chemistry exam.