The name's Bond, Covalent/Ionic/Metallic Bond.

Concerning the international trio of elemental bonding mystery, we've been looking into their file… we've gathered some new information…

Deep in the heart of the International Bureau of Chemistry  (FBC)…

Bonds:

–Now, covalent bonds are the bonds between nonmetals and nonmetals. They, for the most part, is soluble in water, it has a low melting point, it has no conductivity at all! Nonmetals have poor conductivity and are rather brittle. If you are in search of him, test him for no conductivity and his melting point. He doesn't conduct and he melts easily so invite him to the sauna at your hotel, if he reacts like this, you'll find your man.

–Metallic bonds are bonds between metals and metals. They are not soluble in water. It is very conductible as a liquid and a solid. They are shiny, malleable, and have many uses. Between this common guy and ionic, be sure to look for the differences like: a nonmetal in the equation, high electricity conduction, but most of all, metals don't dissolve in water. When you're testing this guy, throw your drink at him and observe his reaction.

–That brings us to Ionic bonds. Now rookie, in my experience I have found that a simple test if it's conductive as a solid is a big tell tale sign. He's craftier than the others though, so you'll have to: slip him a solid conductivity test, spill your drink, invite him to a sauna, and if he doesn't conduct as a solid, he dissolves, and he doesn't melt, we'll know who is who.


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Nice photo editing.

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Gonna show this to Ms. B

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Did she know you took that picture?

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