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My ONLY three questions I need help on! I did the other 50 something already!(:

Why are covalent bonds weak in the presence of heat but strong in the presence of water?

What are the 5 rules for ionic bonding? Give an example of a compound that is representative of each rule.

Draw a Dot Diagram of the following ionic compounds using the Dot Diagram rules. Aluminum Fluoride and Sodium Oxide.

That's all I need! Thanks! (:

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