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Chemical Bonds and Mixtures (Anatomy & Physiology)

Chemical Bonds and Mixtures (Anatomy & Physiology)

Author: Aaron Mullally
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Tutorial

Chemical Bond Objectives

  • Describe what an ionic bond is and provide examples of them; remember that these are weak bonds
  • Describe where hydrogen bonds occur, that they change the shape of molecules, and that they are weak bonds
  • Describe the basic differences between polar and nonpolar
  • Define and describe examples of the terms solute and solvent
  • Describe the basic characteristics of a solution and give an example of a solution in the human body
  • Describe the basic characteristics of a colloid and give an example of a colloid in the human body
  • Describe the basic characteristics of an emulsion and give an example of an emulsion in the human body

Chemical Bonds and Mixtures

Source: Mr. M