BONDING STRUCTURE, AND THE PROPERTIES OF MATTER

BONDING STRUCTURE, AND THE PROPERTIES OF MATTER

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Chemists use theories of structure and bonding to explain the physical and chemical properties of materials. Analysis of structures shows that atoms can be arranged in a variety of ways, some of which are molecular while others are giant structures. Theories of bonding explain how atoms are held together in these structures. Scientists use this knowledge of structure and bonding to engineer new materials with desirable properties. The properties of these materials may offer new applications in a range of different technologies.

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