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Silicon carbide, SiC, crystallizes in a form similar to

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Problem 63

Silicon carbide, SiC, crystallizes in a form similar to diamond, whereas boron nitride, BN, crystallizes in a form similar to graphite. (a) Sketch the SiC structure as in Figure 12-32(b). (b) Propose a bonding scheme for BN.

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BN Chapter 2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions 2.1: The Early History of Chemistry  Greeks first to try to explain chemical changes (400BC) o All matter composed of 4 elements:  Fire, earth, water, and air o Matter  Matter is continuous (infinitely divisible into smaller pieces) OR  Composed of small indivisible particles o Democritus  Atomos=atoms  Supported small indivisible particles o No definite answer b/c no experiments  Alchemy (next 2000 yrs) o Mystics obsessed w/ idea of turning cheap metal into gold o Discovery:  How to prepare mine

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