At some amusement parks, to get on a moving “car” the riders first hop onto a moving walkway and then onto the cars themselves. Why is this done?
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Lecture 1 objectives 1.Describe the different kinds of chemical bonds Covalent Bonding between 2 nonmetals; sharing of electrons creating bounding Polar sharing electrons unequally Nonpolar sharing electrons equally Ionic Bonding between a metal and nonmetal: complete transfer of electrons resulting in two charged atoms that are then attracted to each other Cation + charged ion Antion charged ion Hydrogen bonding because hydrogen is the smallest atom it usually has polar bonds which results in a partial positive charge which allows for weak attraction to a negative ion 2.Explain the structure of water and how it works as a solvent The structure of water is bent, which means it has
Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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