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Ch 3: GED Science - Compounds and Chemical Bonds: Homework Help

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The Compounds and Chemical Bonds chapter of this GED Science Homework Help course helps students complete their compounds and chemical bonds homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your compounds and chemical bonds homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your compounds and chemical bonds homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Elements, molecules and compounds
  • Mixtures and solutions
  • Covalent bonds
  • Ionic bonds
  • Polar covalent bonds
  • Hydrogen bonds

14 Lessons in Chapter 3: GED Science - Compounds and Chemical Bonds: Homework Help
Understanding the Relationships between Elements, Molecules & Compounds

1. Understanding the Relationships between Elements, Molecules & Compounds

Everything on Earth is made of atoms, and sometimes they combine to form new groups of atoms. The sky is the limit when it comes to these combinations, which account for the vast number of things we find in our natural world.

Creating Mixtures by Combining Elements & Compounds

2. Creating Mixtures by Combining Elements & Compounds

Do you really know what's in your tap water? It's not just water - it's a mixture of many different things. In fact, most things are mixtures of different elements and compounds that are physically joined together.

Creating Solutions by Combining Elements & Compounds

3. Creating Solutions by Combining Elements & Compounds

When elements and compounds physically combine, we get mixtures. But sometimes we can't tell just by looking at something that it's a mixture because the components are so well mixed. When this happens, we have solutions.

Chemical Bonds I: Covalent

4. Chemical Bonds I: Covalent

Mom always said that sharing is caring. This lesson will explore how electrons affect the chemical reactivity of atoms and specifically the merits of sharing electrons.

Chemical Bonds II: Ionic

5. Chemical Bonds II: Ionic

Did you know that the scientific name for table salt is sodium chloride? Find out how sodium and chlorine atoms come together to form your favorite seasoning.

Chemical Bonds III: Polar Covalent

6. Chemical Bonds III: Polar Covalent

Are you confused about how you can tell what kind of bond two atoms will form? This lesson will help you understand the difference between polar and nonpolar covalent bonds as well as how to predict how two atoms will interact.

Chemical Bonds IV: Hydrogen

7. Chemical Bonds IV: Hydrogen

Have you ever been curious about why table salt dissolves in water? Well, watch this video and amaze your friends with your knowledge of hydrogen bonds and intermolecular interactions.

Basic Solutions in Chemistry: Properties & Examples

8. Basic Solutions in Chemistry: Properties & Examples

Basic solutions are very important components of many different chemical reactions. This lesson provides an introduction to bases, basic solutions, and their properties. Several examples of basic solutions in action are also provided.

Capillary Action of Water: Definition & Examples

9. Capillary Action of Water: Definition & Examples

Capillary action is an important ability of water to move through other materials. Water is not the only liquid that can do this, but its properties make it better at capillary action than most other substances.

Conversion Factor in Chemistry: Definition, Formula & Practice Problems

10. Conversion Factor in Chemistry: Definition, Formula & Practice Problems

After this lesson, you will be able to define and describe conversion factors and explain how to use conversion factors to convert units in chemistry problems.

Density: Definition, Formula & Practice Problems

11. Density: Definition, Formula & Practice Problems

In this lesson you will learn about density, how to density can be calculated from mass and volume, and that density of substances are constant. You will get to calculate densities of various materials in different situations.

Glycosidic Bond: Definition & Formation

12. Glycosidic Bond: Definition & Formation

In this lesson, we'll learn what glyosidic bonds are and how they form.We'll see that glycosidic bonds come in different types (O-linked and N-linked), and examples of each will be given. Lastly, we'll learn where glycosidic bonds are commonly found in living organisms.

What Is an Ion?

13. What Is an Ion?

Learn what an ion is and how it forms. We will look at some common ions and get to know the terms for the two types of ions. Take the quiz at the end to see how well you understand the lesson.

What is Melting Point? - Definition, Range & Determination

14. What is Melting Point? - Definition, Range & Determination

What makes things melt? Why do some substances melt all at once, while others seem to take forever? And how do you measure the exact temperature at which something melts? We'll answer these questions as we explore an important physical property of a compound: its melting point.

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