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What do you do to be bonded?

Your first step in obtaining a surety bond is to contact a surety agent that is familiar with the bonding process. There will be an underwriting process associated with obtain (MORE)

Do ionic bonds have strong bonds?

yes. This is due to the attractions between the positive and negative ions. That is why ionic compounds have high boiling and tend to be more brittle than materials containing (MORE)

Why did Peter write 2 Peter?

A: The author of 2 Peter goes out of his way to insist that he is Peter, as he not only names himself Simeon Peter (2 Peter 1:1), but stresses that he was personally present (MORE)

What is a covalent bond An ionic bond?

A covalent bond is a chemical bond between two nonmetals (two metals cannot covalently bond) in which electrons are shared, while an ionic bond is a chemical bond between a me (MORE)

Why is a hydrogen bond not a true bond?

Hydrogen bond is not a true bond because in it no bonding takes place i.e. overlapping of orbitals takes place(no sigma or pie bond formation). It is just a weak interaction b (MORE)

What is English bond and doubleFlemish bond?

Masonry bond refers to the pattern of the bricks within a wall. The most basic is running bond, where all brick within a wall are stretchers (laid with the long, narrow face o (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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What is a 'bond'?

Bonds are a form of indebtedness that is sold to the public in setincrements, normally in the neighborhood of $1000. In return forloaning the debtor the money, the lender gets (MORE)
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What is bonding?

Bonding occurs between two or more people when they spend quality  time together really getting to know each other.