Chemical Bonds

SPM Chemistry Form 4 Notes – Chemical Bonds (Part 4 – Final)

1 April 2011

Difference between ‘Ionic Compound‘ and ‘Covalent Compound‘. This is one of the most common questions in tests for SPM Form 4 Chemistry students. (Then again, this is nothing unusual as comparison based questions are popular in most exams across all subjects.) This post, Part 4 of Berry Berry Easy‘s notes on Chemical Bonds for SPM [...]

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SPM Chemistry Form 4 Notes – Chemical Bonds (Part 3)

30 March 2011

Covalent bond is the second type of chemical bonds that Berry Readers learn in SPM Form 4 Chemistry. Covalent bonds occurs when electrons are shared between atoms, rather than a complete transfer of electrons in ionic bonding. Typically, covalent bonds occur for non-metals when they bind together due to similar tendency for electrons (usually to [...]

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SPM Chemistry Form 4 Notes – Chemical Bonds (Part 2)

27 March 2011

Ionic Bond is one of the two main chemical bonds that Berry Readers will learn as a chemistry SPM student. Ionic bond is simply a bond formed when there are electrostatic attraction between two oppositely charged ions. Typically, ionic bonds are formed between a metal (cation) and non-metal (anion). Bonds with greater difference in the [...]

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SPM Chemistry Form 4 Notes – Chemical Bonds (Part 1)

26 March 2011

Chemical bond is the reason why  substances other than chemical elements exists.  It is an attraction between at least two atoms which then forms chemical substances. Hence this is the reason why there are more chemical substances in this planet than they are elements. This is a relatively easy subject but is very fundamental to [...]

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