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This something that I shall bring in later. 1 Volatile The nature of compounds of this type can be arrived at by the following kind of argument: (i) Gases are readily compressed, whereas liquids and solids are not. This suggests that, in gases, atoms are joined together in relatively small clusters, which are dispersed throughout the volume occupied by the gas. Please click the advert (ii) Gases exert a pressure on the surface of a container. This suggests that the clusters of atoms are in continual, random motion, their bombardment of the walls creating the pressure we observe.
Some chemists also use average electronegativity (χav) to divide metallic bonds from ionic and covalent ones. Metallic bonds are indicated by a low value of χav (less than about 2) with a low value of ∆χ (less than about 1). However, there is only a partial correlation between electronegativity and metallic character. For example, the value of χ for silicon is lower than the value for some metals, and the values of χav and ∆χ for ∼TiO (which is metallic) are similar to the values for MgO and CaO.
I shall do this on the assumption that matter is composed of atoms, but without any reference to the structure of the atom as we now understand it. This something that I shall bring in later. 1 Volatile The nature of compounds of this type can be arrived at by the following kind of argument: (i) Gases are readily compressed, whereas liquids and solids are not. This suggests that, in gases, atoms are joined together in relatively small clusters, which are dispersed throughout the volume occupied by the gas.