Use the molecular representations shown here to classify each compound as a nonelectrolyte, a weak electrolyte, or a strong electrolyte (see Figure for element color scheme). [Sections]
Figure Molecular models of four common acids.
CHEM I NOTES 9 More important information to cover about Covalent bonds is coming at’cha. We know Covalent Bonds - Share e- (have specific bond angle & bond lengths) - Create molecular substances (unique/distinct units) - Covalent bonds differ widely in the properties, only similar thing is that they are all NONCONDUCTORS There’s also a different type of covalent bonNetwork Covalent Substances - Network Solids: o Systems of covalent bonds that once broken cannot be repaired o They are very hard and strong, with very high Melting Points (MP) and high Boiling Points (BP) Diamonds are a great example of this. Molecular Covalent Substances - Molecular Units