"Differences Between Ionic And Covalent Compounds" Essays and Research Papers

  • Differences Between Ionic And Covalent Compounds

    Grade 10 Science –Chemistry Ionic Compounds Science Perspectives 10 - Section 5.6 Pages 192-195 Compound • A Pure Substance composed of two or more elements in a FIXED RATIO Ionic Compound • A compound made up of one or more positive metal ions (cations) and one or more negative non-metal ions (anions) Ionic Bond • The simultaneous strong attraction of positive and negative ions in an ionic compound. As noted, ionic bonding occurs between metals and non-metals. Yet, “why...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Electron 984  Words | 4  Pages

  • 3 06 Covalent And Ionic Properties Lab Worksheet

    question. 1. Which type of compound usually has higher melting points, ionic compounds or covalent compounds? What is the reason for this difference in melting points? (3 points) Ionic compounds usually have higher melting points. This is because the atoms of covalent compounds are bound strongly to each other in stable molecules, but those molecules are in general not very strongly attracted to other molecules in the compound. On the other hand, the atoms in ionic compounds show strong attractions...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemistry 646  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Ionic Lattice

    The Ionic Lattice In most ionic compounds, the anions are much larger than the cations, and it is the anions which form the crystal array. The smaller cations reside in the holes between the anions. Basic Concepts: 1. Ions are assumed to be charged, incompressible, nonpolarizable spheres. 2. Ions try to surround themselves with as many ions of opposite charge as closely as possible. Usually in the packing arrangement, the cation is just large enough to allow te anions to surround it without...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Electric charge 2166  Words | 7  Pages

  • Ionic and Covalent Bonds Lab

    Lab Report Ionic and Covalent Bonds Lab: Ionic and Covalent Bonds Introduction: The purpose of this experiment was to explore the properties of chemical substances that can be used to identify the types of bonds in a chemical substance using a laboratory procedure. The two types of bonds being identified were ionic and covalent. Based on a substance’s properties, how can you determine whether its bonds are ionic or covalent? This is the question I posed before starting the experiment....

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 930  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ionic Bond and Sodium Peroxide

    Insulator Solubility in hexane Insoluble Insoluble Insoluble Soluble Soluble Soluble Structure Giant ionic structure Giant ionic structure Ionic with covalent character Giant covalent structure Simple molecular structure Simple molecular structure Bonding Ionic bonding Ionic bonding Ionic bonding Covalent bonding Covalent bonding Covalent bonding Boiling point is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid is equal to the external pressure...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 1733  Words | 7  Pages

  • Properties Of Ionic Compounds Lab

    Properties of Ionic Compounds Lab Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to distinguish the differences between ionic compounds and covalent compounds. Hypothesis: If the substance is a poor electrical conductor, then it is a covalent compound. If the substance is a good electrical conductor, then it is an ionic compound. Pre-lab: 1. Define crystal lattice energy. Crystal lattice energy is the energy and formation of the crystal from infinitely separated ion. 2. Explain what forces must be overcome...

    Chemical bond, Electric charge, Electron 1035  Words | 5  Pages

  • Compare and contrast the structure and bonding in Ionic, Covalent and Metallic species

    Compare and contrast the structure and bonding in Ionic, Covalent and Metallic species. Relate the structure and bonding to the properties of the species. Ionic bonding is usually formed between a metal and a non-metal, Covalent between two non-metals and Metallic between two metals. Ionic Bonding; Ionic bonds tend to form between metals whose atoms need to “loose” electrons to gain the nearest noble gas configuration and non-metals that need to gain electrons. These electrons are transferred...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 889  Words | 3  Pages

  • Organic Compounds

    Organic Compounds Marilena Tagritzis 11-A Mr. Daniel Chemistry May 10, 2011 Organic Compounds An organic compound belongs to gaseous, liquid, or solid chemical compounds whose molecules contain carbon. Some types of carbon that contain compounds such as carbides, carbonates, and oxides of carbon and cyanides are sometimes classified as inorganic. AllotropesHYPERLINK "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allotropes_of_carbon" of carbon such as diamond and graphite may also be classified as inorganic...

    Biochemistry, Carbon, Chemistry 632  Words | 3  Pages

  • Molecular Compounds

    Molecular Compounds Most of the compounds that you encounter everyday do not contain ions. Rather, they contain neutral groups of atoms called molecules. Examples: H O O C O H 1 They are made up of non-metal atoms sharing electrons to become stable. Open your book to page 201 and take a look at figure 1. The bonds between ionic compounds tend to be made up of ions of opposite charges. Here however, with molecular compounds, they are made up of neutral charges. 2 COVALENT BONDS ...

    Atom, Carbon, Chemical bond 416  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab 04 - Chromatography and Ionic vs Covalent Bonds

    Course and Section Number: SCIN131 A004 Fall 14 Lesson 4 Lab: Chromatography and Ionic versus Covalent Bonds PART 1 Begin by viewing the following Thinkwell video 15.1.3  CIA Demonstration: Chromatography After you watch the above video, answer the questions below in sufficient detail: (a) (3 pts.) This video discusses 3 different types of chromatography. List each one mentioned, and describe their differences in as much detail as possible (your points earned will be proportional to the level...

    Analytical chemistry, Chromatography, Chromatography software 1408  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Ionic And Covalent BondsObjectivesUnderstand The

    Lab: Ionic and Covalent Bonds Objectives • Understand the differences between ionic and covalent bonds. • Connect ionic and covalent bonds with physical properties of matter. Introduction Sugar and salt look so similar that most people cannot tell them apart without tasting them. Chemically, white refined table sugar, sucrose, and salt are very different. An ionic bond between a positive sodium ion and a negative chloride ion creates a molecule of sodiumchloride (NaCl). Covalent bonds between...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 1690  Words | 9  Pages

  • Ionic Compounds

    Ionic compounds are formed when a metal and a non-metal join together. When sodium metal is dropped into a gas jar of chlorine gas the elements react violently to form a new compound called sodium chloride joined by ionic bonds. To understand how this process works, we must grasp an understanding of what an ion is and what an ionic bond is. An ion is an atom that has an electric charge and is created when an atom (or a group) gain or loses electrons. (It has an electric charge due to the imbalance...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Electric charge 453  Words | 2  Pages

  • Electrolytes: Ionic Bond and Sodium Chloride

    following: electrolyte, nonelectrolyte Electrolyte: A substance that dissolves in water to form solutions that conduct electricity. Nonelectrolyte: A compound that doesn’t dissociate into ions when dissolved in water. 2.) Using examples in the last link, draw beakers showing atomic scale representations of aqueous solutions of the following compounds. Classify each as an electrolyte or nonelectrolyte. * Ba(OH)2 (aq) * NH3 (aq) * C3H7OH (aq) * NaHCO3 (aq) 3.) Why would it...

    Bonding in solids, Chemical bond, Chemistry 728  Words | 3  Pages

  • Naming of Ionic Compound

    Nomenclature for Ionic Compounds Ionic compounds consist of cations (positive ions) and anions (negative ions). The nomenclature, or naming, of ionic compounds is based on the names of the component ions. Here are the principal naming conventions for ionic compounds, along with examples to show how they are used: Roman NumeralsA Roman numeral in parentheses, followed by the name of the element, is used for elements that can form more than one positive ion. This is usually seen with metals. You...

    Ammonium, Atom, Hydrogen 931  Words | 3  Pages

  • Identifying Ionic Compunds Lab

    March 2013 Identify and Unknown Ionic Compound ILI#3 Abstract: In this laboratory investigation, 8 solutions were combined with each other and an unknown liquid #1 in order to identify the ionic compound in the unknown solution. The students performed an experiment in which the reactions between each substance were compared to the unknown solution #1’s reactions and the color of each solution was compared to help find the unknown #1. The unknown ionic compound was identified to be Zinc Sulfate...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Chlorine 1463  Words | 5  Pages

  • Compounds Essential to Life

    Organic Chemistry/Biochemistry 1: Compounds Important to Life • Biologists classify compounds into organic compounds and inorganic compounds.  Organic Compound: a compound that is derived from living things and contains carbon  Inorganic Compound: a compound generally derived nonliving things • Water  Water is an inorganic molecule with unique properties that make it one of the most important compounds for living things.  In the water molecule (H2O), the hydrogen and oxygen atoms bond...

    Amino acid, Atom, Carbon 1248  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mixture and Compounds

    the difference between a mixture and a compound. Mixture is matter composed of two or more kinds of matter that has a variable composition and can be separated into its component parts by physical means. Compound a pure chemical substance that can be decomposed by a chemical change into simpler substances with a fixed mass ratio. Compound is chemically combined, and mixture is not chemically combined. Suppose that you have a pure substance. How can you tell whether it is a compound or...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemistry 474  Words | 2  Pages

  • formal lab report on ionic and covalent compounds

    Professor Tolentino Maria Oyervide EXPERIMENT #4 IONIC AND COVALENT COMPOUNDS Abstract: This experiment was divided in four steps to find the electrical conductivity of covalent and ionic solutions. There were four unknown solutes A, B and C. Each had a specific weight and was dissolved in a certain amount of solute to form either the covalent or ionic solution. Covalent compounds are made up of molecules which are electrically neutral. Ionic compounds are composed of ions, which are positively or...

    Atom, Bonding in solids, Electric charge 423  Words | 2  Pages

  • Bonding: Atom and Ionic Compound

    Kit Sam Lam Bing Yim Secondary School Bonding between atoms Exercise 1. Write down the charges on the ions formed from atoms in the table below: Atom Charge on the ion formed Mg (Atomic number = 12) (a) N (Atomic number = 7) (b) Al (Atomic number = 13) (c) 2. Classify each of the following compounds as ionic or covalent. Compound Ionic/Covalent Ammonia (NH3) (a) Magnesium chloride (MgCl2) (b) Water (H2O) (c) Sodium oxide (Na2O) (d) 3. Consider the information concerning...

    Atom, Atomic number, Chemical bond 855  Words | 8  Pages

  • PRE LAB

    Pre-Lab Work Sheet Which type of compound usually has higher melting points: ionic compounds or covalent compounds? What is the reason for this difference in melting points? (3 points) Ionic compounds have higher melting and boiling points than covalent compounds. The electrostatic attraction in an ionic bond is very strong hence a lot of heat energy is required to break it down, ionic bonds have high melting and boiling points. In covalent bonds, the intermolecular forces are very weak and...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 445  Words | 4  Pages

  • Questions on Chemical Bonding

    Chapter 6 - Answer Key to Section Review 1-3 Section Review 1 1. What is the main distinction between ionic and covalent bonding? Answer (A): Ionic bonding involves the electrical attraction between large numbers of anions and cations. Covalent bonding involves the sharing of electron pairs between two atoms. Translation: -Ionic bonding happens between a metal and a non-metal (east coast and west coast) -One atom completely donates its valence electrons to another atom -Metals...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 805  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chemistry Task - Ionic, Covalent and Metallic Bonds

    Describe metallic, ionic and covalent bonds. Metallic - A chemical bond in which electrons are shared over many nuclei and electronic conduction occurs. Ionic – A chemical bond in which one atom loses an electron to form a positive ion and the other atom gains an electron to form a negative ion. Covalent - A chemical bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons between atoms in a molecule. 2. Explain the structure of metals, ionic compounds, covalent molecules and covalent networks and give...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 495  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chem 3.06

    help you answer the question. Which type of compound usually has higher melting points: ionic compounds or covalent compounds? What is the reason for this difference in melting points? (3 points) Link: http://misterguch.brinkster.net/covalentcompounds.html Answer: Ionic compounds have a higher melting point the heat needed to break down the bonds between the compounds is much higher than not needing to break down any bonds at all. Do ionic compounds conduct electricity as: (3 points) Link:...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 511  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ionic and Covalent Bonds Lab

    How do ionic bonds form? Transferring the electron forms an ionic bond. After transferring the electron, the two atoms become ion n will attract together because they have the opposite charges. Then an ionic bond is formed. How do covalent bonds form? A covalent bond is for sharing of electrons. I remember it like co-existing electrons to share (Eg H20). It is usually between two non-metals. Which compound, sugar or salt, is a better conductor of electricity? Explain your answer. Salt...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 346  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Student: Covalent Bonding

    Covalent Bonding In a covalent bond, a pair of electrons is shared between two atoms. Each of the positively charged nuclei is attracted to the same negatively charged pair of electrons. The diagram: A and B are held together by this shared attraction. Covalent bonds are often drawn as dots and crosses diagrams to show that the electrons have come from two different atoms. Molecules have a certain fixed number of atoms in them joined together by covalent bonds. Examples: Bonding in hydrogen ...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Electric charge 436  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical Bonding Notes

    Chapter 6: Chemical Bonds Section 6.1: Ionic Bonding Chemical bond: the force that holds atoms of elements and ions together to become a stable, new substance called a compound. -the number of valence electrons determines if an atom will form a chemical bond. -metals tend to give up electrons to other atoms. -nonmetals tend to take electrons from other atoms. -noble gases will not form a chemical bond because these atoms already have a full outer shell of energy. Ionization: the...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 529  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical Bonding

    detail the various types of chemical bonds. The two main varieties of chemical bonds include the ionic bond and the covalent bond. The third variety named as co-ordinate bond has properties that are intermediate to that of ionic bond and the covalent bond. If the bond is formed between the metal ions, it is termed as metallic bond.  Let us see each of these bonds in detail. Ionic bond: an ionic bond is formed by complete transfer of electrons from an atom having more number of electrons than...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 822  Words | 3  Pages

  • Naming Compounds

    IONIC COMPOUNDS In chemistry, an ionic compound is a chemical compound in which ions are held together in a lattice structure by ionic bonds. Usually, the positively charged portion consists of metal cations and the negatively charged portion is an anion or polyatomic ion. Ions in ionic compounds are held together by the electrostatic forcesbetween oppositely charged bodies. Ionic compounds have high melting and boiling points, and they are hard and very brittle. Ions can be single atoms, as the sodium and chlorine in...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemistry 4404  Words | 15  Pages

  • 3 06CovalentandIonicPropertiesLabWorksheet

    question. 1. Which type of compound usually has higher melting points, ionic compounds or covalent compounds? What is the reason for this difference in melting points? (3 points) 2. Do ionic compounds conduct electricity as: (3 points) a. Solids? b. Liquids? c. Aqueous solutions (when the ionic compounds are dissolved in water)? 3. Do covalent compounds conduct electricity as: (3 points) a. Solids? b. Liquids? c. Aqueous solutions (when the covalent compounds are dissolved in water)...

    Atom, Bonding in solids, Chemical bond 356  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chapter 4 Study Questions

    Bonding: The Ionic Bond Model Study Questions Each question is worth 0.2 points. Total assignment is worth 5 points. 1. Describe the characteristics of ionic compounds and of molecular compounds. Ionic compounds have high melting points and conduct electricity well while covalent molecules have lower melting points and will not conduct electricity in a liquid state. 2. What types of particles are present as ionic bonds? Molecular compounds? Ionic bonding occurs between charged particles...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 988  Words | 4  Pages

  • What is the difference between

    Kirat Hundle 1. What is the difference between an element and a compound? An element is an isotope made of the number of neutrons it has. A compound is a substance made of two or more different elements (a mixture). 2. What is the periodic table? A periodic table is where the chemical elements are organized based on their atomic number (number of protons in the nucleus), electron arrangement, and chemical properties. 3. Give two examples of each of the four major mineral groups (silicates, carbonates...

    Chemical element, Igneous rock, Metamorphic rock 644  Words | 2  Pages

  • Ionic compounds

    Abstract: When ionic compounds are dissolved in water, they break apart into ions. In this lab the opportunity to mix two ionic solutions and observe the results was given. Some ions will remain dissolved and uncombined in the solution even when they are mixed with other ions. When other ions are mixed, they form compounds that appear as cloudy or grainy precipitates. The objective of this lab was to observe the formation of compounds and to write the names and formulas of ionic compounds. It is also...

    Chemistry, Ionic bond, Ionic compound 480  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chemistry assignment

    eight outer electrons. There rule of the octet is sometimes broken. d) Cations/Anions: It is an ionic species with a positive charge, example of Cation/Anions: Anion is an ionic species having a negative charge. e) Electronegativity: It is a property of an atom which increases with its tendency to attract the electron of a bond. f) Polar covalent bond: Polar covalent bonds act between two atoms; the electrons forming the bond are unequally spread. These bonds can lead to the formation...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 636  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical Reaction Essay

    Describe the difference between a mixture and a compound. A compound is a substance in which atoms of different elements are chemically held to one another. A mixture is a substance made by combining two or more different materials in such a way that no chemical reaction occurs. A mixture can usually be separated back into its original components, a compound cannot. Below are some examples of the differences between each. CompoundsCompounds are pure substances. •They are made up of two or more...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical element 1131  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mixture & Compound

    The compound is the substance that can be two or more elements that can be changed. Water is a compound. It contains both Hydrogen and oxygen that can stand alone by itself. The mixture is when two different substances that are blended together. The air is a mixture of these elements carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and other stuff. Most mixtures are known to be naturally. The main difference between the compound and the mixture is how they are combined. In the pure substance, the only way to know if...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical element 730  Words | 2  Pages

  • Difference Between Religion and Spirutality

    The Difference Between Religion and Spirituality Rebecca M. Sherman University of California, Davis Abstract This paper draws from six published works that deal with psychological and scholarly research on religion and spirituality. The works vary in their definitions and use of the concepts and terminology of religion and spirituality. Hood et al. (2009) suggest that that social scientists have traditionally been able to make a distinction between religion and spirituality in their research...

    Definition, God, Psychology of religion 1783  Words | 6  Pages

  • chemistry

    Chapter 4 - Chemical Bonding Outline • 4.2 Naming Compounds and Writing Formulas • 4.1 Types of Chemical Bonds • 4.4 Electronegativity, Unequal Sharing, and Polar Bonds • 4.5 Vibrating Bonds and the Greenhouse Effect • 4.3 Lewis Structures • 4.6 Resonance • 4.7 Formal Charge: Choosing among Lewis Structures • 4.8 Exceptions to the Octet Rule • 4.9 The Lengths and Strengths of Covalent Bonds © 2014 W. W. Norton Co., Inc. 1 Chemical Bonds All chemical bonds consist of _______ that...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 627  Words | 35  Pages

  • Difference Between Diffusion And Osmosis

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    Diffusion, Energy, Homeostasis 816  Words | 5  Pages

  • Solubility of Compounds in Water and Saturated Solutions

    CSEC CHEMISTRY NOTES ON SOLUBILITY OF COMPOUNDS IN WATER and SATURATED SOLUTION Reference: Chemistry, a Concise Revision Course for CXC by Anne Tindale From Chemistry for CSEC by Tania Chung-Harris and Mike Taylor Factors that influence solubility Temperature * The solubility of solids in liquids generally increases as temperature increases. * The solubility of gases in liquids generally decreases as temperature increases. (gases are less soluble in warm water than in cold water)...

    Ammonia, Carbonate, Chemistry 523  Words | 3  Pages

  • High School Chemistry Notes

    often than they are found in compounds. Atoms are held together in compounds by electrostatic attraction between positive nuclei and negative electrons. This attraction holds atoms together in a chemical bond, a link between two atoms resulting from the mutual attraction of their nuclei for valence electrons. All chemical bonds involve valence electrons, but the bonds are classified by the way in which electrons are distributed within the bonds. Ionic and Covalent Bonds We will be studying two...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 1099  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical Earth Notes

    Chemical Earth 1. The living and non-living components of the Earth contain mixtures. Identify the difference between elements, compounds and mixtures in terms of particle theory. An mixture is an impure substance that is, a pure substance contaminated with small amounts of one or more other substances. An element is a pure substance which cannot be separated into other simpler substances. A compound is a pure substance which can be decomposed into simpler substances e.g. elements. Identify that...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical element 2242  Words | 7  Pages

  • Chemical Bond

    INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL BONDS CHEMICAL BOND Definition: A chemical bond is defined as a force that acts between two or more atoms to hold them together as a stable molecule. Main types of bond: 1. Ionic or electrovalent bond, 2. Covalent bond, 3. Coordinate covalent bond Forth type of bond: Metallic bond: The type of bonding which holds the atoms together in metal crystal. Valence electron: The electrons in the outer most energy level in an atom that takes part in chemical...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 998  Words | 7  Pages

  • Grade 11- Chemistry Review Chapters 1 and 2

    to the nucleus rather looser. o Trends for ionization energy: Ionization energy tends to go down a group o As you go down a period the attraction between the nucleus and the electrons in the outer energy level decreases. o Ionization energy tends to increase across a period. o As you go across a period the attraction between the nucleus and the electrons in the outer energy level increases. Therefore, more energy is needed to pull an electron away from its atom. · Lewis...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 963  Words | 6  Pages

  • Differences Between Management and Leadership

    Differences Between Management And Leadership Erika L. Thomas MGT. 360 Leadership for Organizations Patrick Mellon Management and leadership are often used in the same context, yet they do not mean the same thing. Managers think incrementally, while leaders think radically. The difference in the perspectives is that leaders tend to lead with emotion and concern for their subordinates. Managers tend to follow guidelines and company policies. Managers also use management functions to achieve...

    Control, Leadership, Management 609  Words | 3  Pages

  • Psychological Differences Between Men A

    Psychological differences between men and women By M.Farouk Radwan, MSc. Recent researches, psychology and biology have pointed out many differences between men and women that can help us understand them both in a better way. Sometimes the main reason communication problems happen between men and women is that they don't quite understand the differences between themselves well. Had men and women understood their psychological and biological differences they would have understood each other better...

    Emotion, Gender, Psychology 883  Words | 2  Pages

  • Difference Between the Republicans and the Democrats

    Running head: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TWO MAIN POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE US 1 Differences Between the Two Main Political Parties in the US Yanyan Niu Stevens-Henager College Author Note Yanyan Niu, Master of Nursing Administration, Stevens-Henager College. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to International Student Department, Stevens-Henager College. Contact: niuyan11@126.com DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TWO MAIN...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, George W. Bush 927  Words | 3  Pages

  • Brain Differences Between Genders

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    Boy, Brain, Female 1008  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Cultural Differences Between France

    Cultural Differences Between France and China 1 OVERVIEW 1 The Differences on NAMEs 1 The Differences on Courtesy 2 The Differences on Repast 2 The Differences on Living Habits 4 The Differences on Personalities 5 CONCLUTION 6 The Cultural Differences Between France and China OVERVIEW With the development of the technology and the economic, more and more Chinese are studying at France. More or less we have known something about France when I was in China. But discover the differences between France...

    Alcoholic beverage, Chinese people, Civil law 1905  Words | 6  Pages

  • Differences Between Mandarin and English

    Differences between Mandarin and English Mandarin, known by many for being one of the most difficult languages in the world, is my mother language. Born in China eighteen years ago, I was raised in a Mandarin-speaking environment. Both of my parents have been speaking to me in Mandarin ever since I was a child. Mandarin is the language I usually spoke when I was in China and even in here I speak Mandarin with my Chinese friends. Studying the first language is a slow and natural process which is...

    Chinese language, English language, French language 1441  Words | 4  Pages

  • Difference Between B2B and B2C

    Marketing: Differences Between B2B and B2C Linicha Hunter University of Phoenix EBUS 400 E-Business Dr. Hee Lee September 27, 2006 Marketing: Differences Between B2B and B2C Marketing allows organizations to promote their products or services with the intent of maximizing their profit and gaining consumers' confidence. In today's society marketing the correct product/service can be difficult but implementing the marketing process and planning accurately can alleviate potential...

    Advertising, Business, Business marketing 1266  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab Assignment lewis dot

    molecules and polyatomic ions. I will also be writing chemical equations using Lewis structures for different reactions involving either ionic compounds or covalent compounds. Lastly, I will I will predict the empirical formulas of ionic and covalent compounds based on the Lewis symbols for their ions and atoms, while also writing Lewis structures for the compound as well. Background Chemists utilize models in order to better understand the nature of any matter they are studying. These physicals model...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemical bonding 1005  Words | 4  Pages

  • lab report

    more about metallic, ionic, and covalent compounds. To test this you will be checking the melting point, solubility, and conductivity of various substances. A chemical compound is a chemical substance consisting of two or more different chemically bonded chemical elements. The solubility, melting point, and conductivity are all physical properties that could help you determine what type of bonding is in a compound. Covalent bonds are when two atoms share an electron. An ionic bond is when oppositely...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Covalent bond 763  Words | 6  Pages

  • Differences between Japan and American

    the commercial activities between East and West has become one of the major lifeline almost dominated the world economy. Its representation can be attributed to the Japanese and U.S. economic and trade. As is well known, the United States is the superpower of the world, not only in military but also in economic. Japan is a small country, while considering the contribution to the world economic Japan still is a big country. So trade exchanges and business negotiations between these two countries is a...

    Cross-cultural, Cultural studies, Culture 1486  Words | 5  Pages

  • Differences Between Gaap and Ifrs

    Differences Between GAAP and IFRS The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) are working together to eliminate a variety of difference between the United States generally accepted accounting procedures (U.S. GAAP or GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). This convergence project grew out of an agreement reached by the two boards in 2002 (Deloitte, 2004). On February 24, the SEC unanimously agreed to publish a statement...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Financial Accounting Standards Board 1795  Words | 5  Pages

  • Difference Between Leadership and Management

    Difference between leadership and management? Zaleznik, (1974, 1983 as cited by Hughes et al., 2006 p. 10) states that there are differences between leadership and management. How are they different? There is much disagreement today amongst researchers as to the true definition of a leader. The primary reason for this is because leadership is a complex phenomenon which involves the leader, follower, and a situation. There are some leadership researchers that have concentrated on personality...

    Leadership, Management, Strategic management 1480  Words | 5  Pages

  • Describe the difference between langua

    the difference between language and dialect. Language is one of the fundamental things for our daily living. The main reason behind development a society is communication and there is no doubt the language is the best way of communication so far. So we can say that the contribution of language for human civilization is enormous. As a language community a community can be own difference of expression, attitude, tone, accent. That is making a language variation in same community. This is called...

    Dialect, Dialect continuum, German language 1010  Words | 6  Pages

  • Differences Between AE And BE

    Hoàng Hồng Thủy – LQT40A THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BRITISH ENGLISH AND AMERICAN ENGLISH INTRODUCTION Those people who complain about the difficulties of learning German, don't know how lucky they really are - they only have one language to master. Admittedly, there are regional differences of dialect in German-speaking countries, but the non-native speaker who has learned Hochdeutsch (high or standard German) should have no problems in making himself understood by citizens of Germany, Austria or Switzerland...

    American and British English differences, American and British English spelling differences, American English 1398  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Difference between STM and LTM

    Give a brief account of the difference between STM and LTM and consider the extent to which research supports the distinction between them (12 marks) The main differences between short term memory and long term memory are their duration, capacity and encoding. Short term memory has a very limited duration and capacity whereas the duration and capacity of long term memory is potentially unlimited. In terms of encoding, the information in the short term memory is usually acoustically coded whereas...

    Long-term memory, Memory, Memory processes 855  Words | 3  Pages

  • Different Types of Chemical Bonding

    Compare and contrast the structure and bonding in ionic, covalent and metallic species. Relate the structure and bonding to the properties of the species. Ionic, covalent and metallic bonding are all various types of bonding found between atoms, but there are big differences between how they work, and what atoms they bond. Ionic bonding is when a metal and a non-metal are stuck together by an electrostatic bond. An ion is formed when electrons are transferred from one atom to another. As electrons...

    Atom, Carbon, Chemical bond 1093  Words | 3  Pages

  • Covalent Bonding

    stable electron configuration by sharing their electrons and forming a Covalent bond. A covalent bond is a chemical bond in which two atoms share a pair of valence electrons. When two atoms shair one pair of electrons, the bond is called a singe bond. Molecules of Elements Two hydrogen atoms bonded together form a unit called a molecule. A molecule is a neutral group of atoms that are joined together by one or more covalent bonds. The hydrogen molecule is neutral because it contains two protons...

    Atom, Chemical bond, Chemistry 500  Words | 2  Pages

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