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Preperation of a standard solution of sodium carbonate and titration for the equation between hydrchloric acid and sodium carbonate

How can i explain the key features of the periodic table relate to the conclusions of the above experiment, i need to understand the groups, period and how i can use the periodic table to determine the type of bonding of compounds. Also can you give me some examples of both covalent and ionic bonding.

Many thanks for your help, Paul.

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    I really don't fell like writing a term paper this morning; however, if you wish to post the experiment and how you think it should be addressed, someone here will be glad to give you our thoughts on what you have written. Examples of ionic compounds are NaCl, CsCl, KF.
    Examples of covalent compounds are CH4, CO2, NH3.

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