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mune Jan8-07 12:36 PM

directional bonding
 
hi, could anyone kind enough to tell me what are directional bonding and non-directional bonding? what are the difference between them?

kozak Jan8-07 12:43 PM

Bonding between K and Cl is not directional, while bondings between
two atoms of sulphur or two molecules of water are directional, i.e. they
depend on the atom (molecule) orientation...

mune Jan28-07 02:29 PM

i got it... thanks.


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