"Bonds" do not "have" bonds, because they are bonds themselves. The questioner may have meant to ask, "Molecular compounds have what type of bonds?", and the answer to that question is "covalent bonds".
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K2CO3 is potassium carbonate and is made up of two potassium, one carbon, and three oxygen molecules.
They form an ionic bond, i believe, because potassium is a metal and hydrogen is a nonmetal...
Potassium bicarbonate has ionic bonds.
Potassium chloride (KCl) has an ionic bond.
no bonds are broken the compound is changing phase not breaking bonds
hydrogen in bases
This is a chemical reaction.
It's a bond that is relatively easily broken, compared to other bonds.
The atoms involved in a chemical reaction have their bonds broken, new bonds formed, or existing bonds rearranged depending on the reaction type.
there are three separate single ionic bonds
metallic bond is present in KCL because all metal have metallic bond.
Potassium fluoride only contains the elements potassium and fluorine. Potassium is an alkali metal. Fluorine is a halogen, which is a type of nonmetal.
Its mostly staphylococci.....
The kinds of bonds that join molecules with other molecules are called intermolecular bonds. These can be covalent bonds or ionic bonds. These bonds can usually be broken by an increase in thermal energy (temperature), and form when there is a lack of thermal energy.