What type of bonding exist between carbon and chlorine?
A carbon-chlorine bond would be covalent but chlorine is more electronegative than carbon so the bond would be polar.
Any relation exist.
Sodium chloride has an ionic bond because a big electrostatic attraction between ions of sodium and chlorine exist.
Cl4 doesn't exist. It should be Cl2 and there will be 4 pairs of non bonding electrons on each chlorine.
That is ionic bonding as well.
the weakest bond between molecules is H-bonding. but H-bonding don't exist between atoms,it's an intermolecure force.
It is due to the catenation ability of carbon, carbon atoms may arrange themselves in different ways and carbon-carbon bonding is not easily attacked by other substances.
This is an ionic bond.
This is an ionic bond.
Carbon is important to organic compounds because of its unique bonding properties. The building block of all organisms is carbon and without it, life would not exist.
Cl refer to chlorine atoms. They don't exist naturally in that form. Rather, Cl2 refer to chlorine molecules, and they exist as that form in nature.
this question has yet to be answered.
A triple bond can occur, but the fourth bonding site must remain on the opposite side of the carbon atom. The bond angle stress would be too high to bring all four sites on the same side.
if C is the carbon of an alkane, then a sigma bond is formed. if C is the carbon of an alkene or alkyne, then a sigma bond form carbon to metal and a pi-back bonding from metal to carbon will exist.
melting point of chlorine is -101.6oC and boiling point is -34.6oC,SO that -65oC of chlorine is between them and it has a liquid.
Covalent bonds between carbon and hydrogen, and between carbon and carbon. The carbon - carbon bonds may be single, double or triple bonds
Hydrogen bonding, as that is the strongest intermolecular force. Hydrogen bonds give water its properties.
An sp4 bond exists between the carbon atoms in diamonds.
Many similarities exist between fluorine and chlorine.
The atomic weight (not mass) of chlorine is now [35,446; 35,457]. I don't understand "no chlorine with mass exist in nature".
Because between these two families of chemical elements a big difference of electronegativities exist.
Covalent double bonds
No more than 3 bonds (A triple bond) may exist between two carbon atoms.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a covalent compound with simple molecular structure. It exist as CO molecules and the carbon and oxygen are held together by covalent bonding. It is not an ionic compound because in this context the carbon and oxygen do not form ions but they share electrons instead.
Chlorine exists as a Gas at room temperature
Carbon trioxide is an oxocarbon which is an unstable oxide of carbon. It can be produced by blowing ozone into dry ice or chemical reactions between carbon monoxide and molecular oxygen.
Dot diagrams, are diagrams that show the bonding between atoms of a molecule, and the lone pairs of electrons that may exist in the molecule.
due to strong hydrogen bonding between water as compare to ice form
Is it possible that Carbon carbon can form four multiple bonds like Carbon Carbon triple bond C-C double bond etc?
No, carbon is unable to form four mutual covalent bonds with itself. While bonding of this type is seen with the transition metals, it is due to the hybridisation of the d orbitals, which are inaccessible to carbon electrons in the ground state. This being said, C2 molecules do exist. Carbon atoms hold four electrons in their valance (p) orbitals, and so eight are contributed to the bonding regime in C2. Six of these adopt… Read More
Elemental chlorine is a diatomic gas at room temperature.
sp3 hybridization of carbon is a description of the electronic state of electrons in a single covalent bond of carbon to another atom of carbon. This is an electronic state that does not exist in an isolated carbon atom, but it is the lowest energy state for bonding electrons between two singly bonded carbon atoms. The designation "sp3" means that this electron state replaces the normal s and p level electrons in the valence shell… Read More
Hydrogen can't exist as a three-atom single-element molecule no matter what you do to it - it has only one bonding site. If you stick an atom with two bonding sites between the hydrogen atoms you can pull it off, but this isn't a question about water. Oxygen can naturally exist as a three-atom molecule - it's ozone.
Hydrogen bonding exist b/w the nitrogenous bases hydrogen bonding is a wk bonding but during replication it is easy to break the bonding and open the starnds
Because the bonding orbitals of two atoms are too distant from each other to overlap when there is already a triple bond present. For example in case of acetylene there exist a triple bond between two carbon atoms and the fourth orbital of each carbon atom is 180 degree apart from each other resulting overlap is not possible to form the fourth covalent bond.
Remember FON. This stands for fluorine, oxygen and nitrogen. These three elements can participate in hydrogen bonding.
Due to hydrogen bonding in water
chloride does not exist on its own, only in chemical compounds. However, chlorINE does exist.
Chlorine is a gas at room temperature; in nature chlorine exist in many chloride minerals or as hydrogen chloride in volcanoes gases.
It is a covalent bond. In pure form hydrogen chloride exist as distinct HCl molecules..
carbon exist in earth crust as 0.02% and in atmosphere 0.03%
okaaay maaayne it is either... umm.. ion-dipole, hydrogen bonding, dipole-dipole, dipole-induced dipole, or London dispersion forces...i personally would choose the dipole-dipole one because it sounds pretty awesome to me.
If you mean do the exist as single atoms, no. Some can exist as molecules. Hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine usually exist as the diatomic molecules H2, N2, O2, F2, Cl2, Br2, and I2 respectively. Oxygen can also exist as O3. Phosphorus can exist as P4 and arsenic as As4. Sulfur is usually found as S8. Carbon can exist as C60 and a variety of similar molecules.
5- carbon sugars
No. Chlorine does not exhibit allotropy but it exist as an isotope example Cl 37 and Cl 35.5
Dispersion forces and Hydrogen bonding (possible dipole-dipole, which is induced due to hydrogen bonding)
An isotope of chlorine has 17 protons and 17 neutrons what is the mass number of that isotope of chlorine?
17 plus 17 equals 34. However, Chlorine-34 does not exist; the stable isotopes are Chlorine-35 and Chlorine-37.
If you're talking about the attraction between molecules of methanol, it's called "hydrogen bonding." It's actually not a chemical bond, just a strong positive-to-negative attraction.
To answer your question, they are both stable isotopes and between the two of them make up all the carbon on the planet. Carbon 12 is 98. something and 13 is 1.1. Carbon can also exist in the carbon-14 isotope. They are all isotopes of the element carbon.