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Chemical Bonding

Beginning from the toothpaste you use in the morning, the fuel you use to power your vehicles to the food you have for dinner, you are surrounded with ...

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Beginning from the toothpaste you use in the morning, the fuel you use to power your vehicles to the food you have for dinner, you are surrounded with innumerable chemical compounds. Have you ever wondered what is it that makes each compound so different from the other...is the answer linked in some way, to the manner in which elements,the building blocks of all matter, combine to form compounds? Here is an app that makes an effort to address all your queries in a manner you will find highly engrossing and delightful. Besides providing a to- the -point explanation on why atoms of elements combine to form compounds, this engaging video unfolds through appealing visuals the actual process of formation of compounds like common salt, chlorine gas and so forth. The two most common types of chemical bonds, namely ionic and covalent, are dealt with in a simple and explicit manner. To reinforce your knowledge on the topic, the video is supplemented with a quiz, keyterms and relevant images. You can also link to other websites to expand your understanding of the phenomenon. We, at Designmate, help you learn science better making it all along a pleasant experience. Carefully-thought-out and user-friendly techniques are our forte which compel the learner to aspire for more and more. Here is wishing you success in your exploration.

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Technical specifications

Version: 3.0

Size: 9.83 MB

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Price: 0,89 €

Developed by Designmate (I) Pvt. Ltd.

Day of release: 2013-02-19

Recommended age: 4+

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