Is defined as a system that combines meaningless elements such as sounds or gestures to form structured utterances that convey meaning?
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There are several types of bonds possible. There are hydrogenbonds, covalent bonds, ionic bonds, and metallic bonds. Atoms form compounds by sharing electrons to create full-levelswhich keeps them balanced and uniform. The first level is 2electrons, the second is 8, the third is 18, and it keeps gro…wingfrom there. The bonds explain different ways the electrons can beused between the multiple atoms. Covalent bonds are when electronsare 'shared'. Hydrogen bonding is a form of covalent bonding exceptit pretty much just deals with how hydrogen only has 1 electron.For example, take water for instance (H2O). Oxygen has 6 electronsin its natural state and hydrogen each have one. If hydrogen holdshands with oxygen then the hydrogen is happy because its lowestlevel (2) is full. Another hydrogen atom comes along and share it'selectron, now each hydrogen atom has 2 electrons and the oxygen has8. But why does oxygen want 8 and now not 2? Because it isofficially at its happiest when its at 8. Then there are ionic bonds when the electrons are just given/takenaway and theres no sharing at all. This creates positive andnegative atoms because now it has an unbalanced charge betweenprotons and electrons (called ions). Metallic bonding deals withmetals and how they conduct electricity. These metal atoms arebound together and have extra electrons that just flow through theentire block of material which is why metals conduct electricity(the movement of electrons). So to some up why atoms bond, its to form complete energy levels inorder to be balance and at peace with themselves. (MORE)
\n. \n Elements to Compounds \n. \nThe atoms within a compound can be held together by a variety of interactions, ranging from covalent bonds to electrostatic forces in ionic bonds. A continuum of bond polarities exist between the purely covalent bond (as in H2) and ionic bonds. For example H2…O is held together by polar covalent bonds. Sodium chloride is an example of an ionic compound.\n. \nFormation of a compound involves a chemical reaction, whereas a mixture can be created simply by the physical act of stirring items together. (MORE)
only the noble gases have completed outer (electron shell) rings. (They do not form compounds.) To complete their outer shell, all other elements must share electrons, thus: compounds. They want to be as cool as the noble gases :)
Atoms don't combine to form elements, atoms are elements. Atoms are defined as the smallest particles that contains all the properties of an element. Atoms combine to form chemical compounds .
An utter is to make a noise with a voice,some say its where u get milk but its not that an udder A bovine mammary would actually be an udder . It is good you pointed out how close the two words are. Utter has two meanings. One is basically to say something or make a sound. The other is the most …extreme point. Examples: I want complete silence. Do not utter a word. I fell flat on my butt in front of everyone. I am utterly embarrassed. (MORE)
elements combine together because, . to utilize their acceptance and donating properties . to form compounds
Elements form together to create compounds such as H2O-water it is just two hydrogen and one oxygen. This is also known as dihydrogenmonoxide (said- di...hydrogen...mon..oxide), without this coumpound there would be no living oranisms
Na + Cl = Sodium chloride.Any acid and base combined will react to form a salt and water mixture.
it is an act to show something like shaking your fist at someone shows that you are angry with them or pointing somewhere shows where something is
If talking of the organization then it is free verse and the stanzas are by the changes of events.
Gestured means to have made a movement as a means of communicatingto someone. A sentence using the word gestured is, "Father gesturedwith his hand for the children to leave the room."
two or more elements have to combine in a chemical reaction to make a compound number of electrons.
When elements are combined in a substance, the product is called a compound . For example, a water molecule is a compound molecule containing the elements hydrogen and oxygen.
to give forth (a sound) otherwise than with the voice: The engine uttered a shriek.
archaic : CARRIAGE, BEARING . 2. a movement usually of the body or limbs that expresses or emphasizes an idea, sentiment, or attitude.. 3. the use of motions of the limbs or body as a means of expression.. 4. some thing said or done by way of formality or courtesy, as a symbol or token, or for i…ts effect on the attitudes of others.. By Nicole / frogmama08 / e-mail me at email@example.com (MORE)
It is called whole blood. . Whole Blood is Plasma & Formed Elements (RBC's, WBC's, etc) . Plasma contributes 46-63% and the Formed Elements contribute 37-54% of whole blood in the body.
\nIt means to make a sign. he was gesturing his disapproval by pointing his thumbs down.\nShe was gesturing the directions by pointing to the left.
Potassium is in column 1. Therefore it would be the best to combine with column 17 because it will make the perfect amount of electrons on each energy level.
they ways you can do something to show someone what you mean without using words. like if u raise your eyebrows, people may htink your surprised, and if you wave to someone, your meaning to say hi.
They form compounds. For example, Na + Cl --> NaCl The compound formed depends on the elements in the reaction.
Electrons are shared when elements combine to form molecules. Theseare subatomic particles with a negative elementary electric charge.
If the elements are both non-metals, they form a molecular compound. If they are both metals, they form a metallic bonds. If they are a metal and a non-metal they form ionic bonds (salts). (Ammonium salts are non-metals.)
The atoms in elements combine to form compounds by forming bonds with other atoms. These bonds can be weak magnetic attractions, as in hydrogen bonding, or they can be strong attachments created when atoms share electrons, as in covalent bonding.
The combination of aluminum and oxygen is not an element, but a compound - aluminum oxide, Al 2 O 3 .
A carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms can combine together to form a methane molecule.
Reading the name will tell you. But check it out: If you see CARB in a chemical's name you know there's CARBon in it, right? And if you see "hydrate" or something like it, there's water in it--one part oxygen, two parts hydrogen. (When you "hydrate" before you run a race you drink lots of water, an…d when you "dehydrate" some flowers you take all the water out of them, so "hydrate" means water.) So...a carbohydrate contains one water molecule for every carbon atom as a general rule. Glucose is C6H12O6. (MORE)
The propertys of the elements change. For example: both chlorine and sodium are highly reactive, but when they combine the form a compound. this compound is which alot of people eat everyday.
A water molecule (H 2 O) is made up of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
Basically, silicate is (SiO 2 ) n .SiO 3 2- so the other element is Oxygen (remark: compare silicate with carbonate CO 3 2- )
It depends on the elements that are combining. if they are a metal and a nonmetal then it would be an ionic compound. If they are both nonmetals then it would be a molecular compound.
Electronegativity can help, but experience and factual knowledge of each case is needed for most compounds.
It would form a compund. For example, the most famous coumpoud is H 2 O. This compound is made out of two Hydrogen molecules and one oxygen.
When two elements combine to form a new element, this process is called and it releases a great amount of
With oxygen: tri- and pent-oxide ( As 2 O 3 As 2 O 5 ) with hydrogen: hydride (H 3 As)
"Oxygen and sulphur have similar chemical reactions. Sulphur burns in oxygen with a blue flame. It forms the oxide of sulpher called sulpher dioxide. The letters 'di' mean two, so dioxides contain two oxygen atoms." When elements combine with oxygen, you simply add 'dioxide' to the name.
A ruby is a pink to blood-red gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum (aluminium oxide). The red color is caused mainly by the presence of the element chromium. It is not a chemical compound with fixed ratios of elements, it is essentially Al 2 O 3 with some Al 3+ replaced by Cr 3+
When a metal and a non-metal bond it forms an ionic compound. eg. Mg+O=MgO (Note. don't put an equals use an arrow instead) (Magnesium and Oxygen make Magnesium Oxide When two non-metals combine you can get one of two things; Covalent molecules or Giant covalent structures. The molecules are u…sually found in naturally occurring gases eg. O2, N2, F2. these bonds are usually weak meaning low melting and boiling points. Networks occur in either carbon or carbon+silicon. These are vast networks of atom all joined together meaning a high melting and boiling point (well into the thousands) and yields very strong materials such as diamonds. :) (MORE)
amalgams are special type of alloy. amalgams are alloy that combine mercury and other metals in the periodic table. the most abvious place you may have seen amalgams is in old dental work.
There are two ways that elements can combine, depending on whether or not it is a metal or non-metal . non-metal to non-metal: they form covalent bond by sharing their electrons. For example, 1 carbon atom can combine with 2 oxygen atoms to form carbon dioxide. Each oxygen atom will share 2 elect…rons with the carbon atom. This would allow both the carbon atom and the oxygen atoms to have 8 electrons in the valence shell, forming stable compound. . metal to non-metal: they form ionic bonds, with the metal atom giving the valence electrons to the non-metal such that both the metal and the non-metal can form stable compounds with 8 valence electrons. For example, sodium ions gives 1 electron to chloride ions to form sodium chloride. This way, they would be stable as well. (MORE)
It depends on what elements react as to what compounds they form. As examples a metal plus a halogen will give a salt. Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen will most likely give an organic compound. More than 60.10 6 compounds are known today. Two or more elements combined form a molecule.
The first element is H20 and the second is 02 when these 2 compounds mix they form water
scooby doos wee wee, and by the way yes he is the same person as homer simpson... can someone please answer the question who is the best between lsa and fiona out of shrek... whats your name... are you ugine... do you have a pet plant pot... by the way if your still reading this you are such and idi…ot. (MORE)
Sodium Fluoride (NaF) is made up of one sodium atom (Na) and one fluorine atom (F).
Mercury is a natural element. It is not a combination of anything. It combines with other elements.
If two or more different elements combine chemically, they make a compound. However, metallic elements can combine without forming compounds, instead forming the special class of mixtures called alloys.
They form a molecule. However, elements that are the same can also do this. Dioxide (O2), for example.
Boron cannot make simple compounds with a filled octet. Though it forms complex ions such as BF 4 - , BCl 4 - where it completes the octet.
Elements are pure samples of only one type of atom. By definition, elements combing make a compound. You cannot have a pure combination of something.
Glucose is composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The formula is C 6 H 12 O 6
A mixed economy combines elements of traditional, market, and command economic models to answer the three basic economic questions.