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Chemistry 101 Camp

In Chemistry, students learn about measurements, atomic theory, bonding, stoichiometry, states of matter, solutions, acids and bases, and titrations. In the laboratory section of Chemistry course, students carryout experiments and simulations in order to see real life applications of what they learn in class.

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04:16
Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding - Intro

In chemistry, a chemical bond is a lasting attraction between atoms that enables the formation of chemical compounds. The bond may result from the electrostatic force of attraction between opposite charges, dipole–dipole attraction (see also polarization (chemistry)), or the sharing of electrons as in covalent bonding. The strength of chemical bonds between atoms ranges from the weakest to the strongest. Many types of bond exist between atoms, such as single, double, and triple bonds; and bonds of particular strength, including ionic and covalent bonds. A chemical bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases. A bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases
Kim Pham
10:13
Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding - Example 1

In chemistry, a chemical bond is a lasting attraction between atoms that enables the formation of chemical compounds. The bond may result from the electrostatic force of attraction between opposite charges, dipole-dipole attraction, or the sharing of electrons as in covalent bonding. The strength of chemical bonds between atoms ranges from the weakest to the strongest. Many types of bond exist between atoms, such as single, double, and triple bonds; and bonds of particular strength, including ionic and covalent bonds. A chemical bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases. A bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases
Kim Pham
07:24
Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding - Example 2

In chemistry, a chemical bond is a lasting attraction between atoms that enables the formation of chemical compounds. The bond may result from the electrostatic force of attraction between opposite charges, dipole-dipole attraction, or the sharing of electrons as in covalent bonding. The strength of chemical bonds between atoms ranges from the weakest to the strongest. Many types of bond exist between atoms, such as single, double, and triple bonds; and bonds of particular strength, including ionic and covalent bonds. A chemical bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases. A bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases
Kim Pham
09:50
Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding - Example 3

In chemistry, a chemical bond is a lasting attraction between atoms that enables the formation of chemical compounds. The bond may result from the electrostatic force of attraction between opposite charges, dipole-dipole attraction, or the sharing of electrons as in covalent bonding. The strength of chemical bonds between atoms ranges from the weakest to the strongest. Many types of bond exist between atoms, such as single, double, and triple bonds; and bonds of particular strength, including ionic and covalent bonds. A chemical bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases. A bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases
Kim Pham
10:04
Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding - Example 4

In chemistry, a chemical bond is a lasting attraction between atoms that enables the formation of chemical compounds. The bond may result from the electrostatic force of attraction between opposite charges, dipole-dipole attraction, or the sharing of electrons as in covalent bonding. The strength of chemical bonds between atoms ranges from the weakest to the strongest. Many types of bond exist between atoms, such as single, double, and triple bonds; and bonds of particular strength, including ionic and covalent bonds. A chemical bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases. A bond is an attraction between atoms. This attraction may be seen as the result of different behaviors of the outermost or valence electrons of atoms. These behaviors merge into each other seamlessly in various circumstances, so that there is no clear line to be drawn between them. In general, strong or polar bonds are the result of the electron cloud of one atom being drawn towards the electron cloud of another atom, such that the negative or positive charge of the electron clouds increases
Kim Pham