This book by Jonathan Coop is a reference book about Chemical Bonding, and Worksheets in particular. It goes over a few of the key concepts and how it works, as well as going over several different types of calculations that you will find useful.
Basically, these different chemical bonds will have different properties. Some of them, however, share many properties with each other. For example, both Air and Water are commonly confused for “the same thing” but that is actually a misconception.
Both Air and Water can be transformed into Solids, or solids can be transformed into Air. Now, you might say that Solids can be transformed into Air…but they don’t have to be if you know about Chemical Bonding, which is what this book is about.
Worksheet Chemical Bonding Ionic and Covalent Answers are an excellent book for students who want to get a better understanding of the subject matter, and for professionals who want to know how it all works. Although there are lots of people who have ideas about Chemical Bonding, most people have no idea about the details, and will never really understand why a metal gets a thin film of Carbonate on it, but an expensive metal can get a thick film on it!
When you are studying Chemistry, you are not really learning anything new, because you are only learning the most basic of subjects. You are learning the most basic concepts that the rest of the field has been thinking about for many years. However, we now have these amazing materials like These Materials, which allow us to realize some of the principles.
This book on Worksheet Chemical Bonding Ionic and Covalent Answers goes over the basics of chemical bonding theory, as well as explaining how things work in terms of this bond, and how they get changed depending on the type of material being bonded. For example, you might be a carbonate oxidizer, and you may decide to bond a Carbonate into Carbonic Acid. Here, it’s important to note that both chemicals have the same elemental structure, but the different types of bonds mean they have different molecular weight, and different boiling points.
While it is great that this book covers all the basics of Chemical Bonds and explains how it all works, we do have one complaint: the book has all the equations broken up by types of bond, and types of chemicals. There isn’t a single equation that is defined by different types of compounds.
I understand that a book such as this needs to have all the equations shown in a clear and easy to read format, and so that is what you will get here: Complex Bond Diagrams, and all the equations presented in the book are shown in that format. However, you won’t learn any of the math behind the formulas. This is a fair complaint, as it makes it difficult to get a good grasp of the theory, and you’ll want to know all the math, but the reason this is true is because most of the equations are easy to explain easily.